While the Nintendo Switch dock isn't particularly large, some feel that it is still too large. Those who feel like this may want to take a look at the Genki Covert Dock, which has been recently funded on Kickstarter.
The idea of a small Nintendo Switch dock seems to be quite popular, as the funding goal has not only been met but also doubled in a very short amount of time. Receiving over $130.00 from over 2000 backers.
The Genki Covert Dock is a full-featured invisible dock hidden inside a super compact and pocketable GaN (Gallium Nitride) charger for USB-C essentials, allowing users to both charge and play their Nintendo Switch consoles on television screens—in full 1080p resolution—without the need to carry the native docking device on-the-go. The product is also fully compatible with other USB-C devices, providing the capability to fast-charge smartphones, tablets, laptops and more with its Power Delivery (PD) 3.0-compliant energy output, as well as broadcast media such as videos and slideshow presentations directly onto second screens via the first-ever built-in HDMI output inside a charger.
More information on the Dock Genki Covert Dock can be found on its official Kickstarter page. It should be released before the end of the year.