Japanese third-party manufacturer Hori announced they will be releasing their own version of the Joy-Con in Japan this July.
Retailing for ¥2,678 (around $25), this Joy-Con will feature a D-Pad. Something that many wished was part of the Nintendo Switch. There is a few drawbacks. This version has no gyro, rumble or SL/SR button support. The D-Pad will also not be wireless.