Nintendo Switch One-Handed Pro Controller
One Handed ControllerOne-Handed controllers move inputs that are in inaccessible locations on the controller to the opposite side of the controller so they can be accessed via the user's dominant hand.
Additional Paddles & ButtonsUse extra Buttons to make the controller functional with one hand.
Thumbstick ExtensionPhysically move the thumbstick to another position on your body that has mobility.
2 Buttons are added to the back handle of the controller.
If you select a Left-Handed Controller the following 2 buttons will be added to the back of the left handle. R and ZR. The Right thumbstick click will also be relocated to the front of the left handle.
If you select a Right-Handed Controller the following 2 buttons will be added to the back of the Right handle. L and ZL. The Left thumbstick click will also be relocated to the front of the Right handle.
D-Pad and ABXY Swap
This is a permanent alteration to the controller hardware. The D-Pad will now correspond as the ABXY inputs and ABXY buttons will now correspond to the d-pad inputs. This is only recommended for gamers that plan to use primarily their left hand and cannot easily access the inputs on the right side of the controller.