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PlayStation Controller

The PlayStation Controller is Sony’s first video game controller released in 1994 as an input device for the PlayStation home video game console. The PlayStation Controller succeeded the Dual Analog controller having a second shoulder button for the middle finger and grip handles to provide a more stable grip while shifting the middle finger.

The controller moved away from the traditional use of the numbers and letters to use geometric shapes as the label actions on its buttons, which later became the Playstation’s trademark. It was then discontinued in 1998 and replaced with the DualShock Controllers.

The PlayStation Controller has a height of 3.66” (93 mm), width of 5.83” (148 mm), depth of 2.1” (53.3 mm), and approximate weight of 4.7 oz (.13 kg).

Collection of drawings of the PlayStation Controller with height, width, and depth dimensions
The PlayStation Controller is Sony’s first video game controller released in 1994 as an input device for the PlayStation home video game console. The PlayStation Controller succeeded the Dual Analog controller having a second shoulder button for the middle finger and grip handles for stability.

The PlayStation Controller has a height of 3.66” (93 mm), width of 5.83” (148 mm), depth of 2.1” (53.3 mm), and approximate weight of 4.7 oz (.13 kg).

Collection of drawings of the PlayStation Controller with height, width, and depth dimensions
Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”)

Without the stand, the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”) has a height of 28” (71.1 cm), width of 48.375” (122.9 cm), and depth of 1.625” (4.13 cm). The total height with the stand is 28.125” (71.4 cm) with an overall depth of 10.125” (25.7 cm). The Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”) has a diagonal display measurement of 54.6" (138.7 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 px (4K UHD).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”) measured with height, width, and depth

Without the stand, the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”) has a height of 28” (71.1 cm), width of 48.375” (122.9 cm), and depth of 1.625” (4.13 cm). The total height with the stand is 28.125” (71.4 cm) with an overall depth of 10.125” (25.7 cm). The Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”) has a diagonal display measurement of 54.6" (138.7 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 px (4K UHD).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (55”) measured with height, width, and depth
Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”)

Without the stand, the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”) has a height of 32.875” (83.5 cm), width of 57” (144.8 cm), and depth of 1.625” (4.13 cm). The total height with the stand is 33” (83.8 cm) with an overall depth of 10.125” (25.7 cm). The Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”) has a diagonal display measurement of 64.5” (163.8 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 px (4K UHD).

Dimensioned drawings of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”) with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation

Without the stand, the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”) has a height of 32.875” (83.5 cm), width of 57” (144.8 cm), and depth of 1.625” (4.13 cm). The total height with the stand is 33” (83.8 cm) with an overall depth of 10.125” (25.7 cm). The Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”) has a diagonal display measurement of 64.5” (163.8 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 px (4K UHD).

Dimensioned drawings of the Sony Master Series A9G OLED TV (65”) with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
PlayStation Portable (PSP)

The PlayStation Portable is a handheld game console developed by Sony. The PlayStation Portable was first released in Japan on December 12, 2004 and in North America on March 24, 2005. It is the first handheld device in the PlayStation line of gaming consoles and is a seventh-generation gaming console. The PlayStation Portable is the competitor to the Nintendo DS. The PSP offers entertainment on the go for the active gamer. The PlayStation Portable has the same keys and controls than the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 making it familiar to fans all over the world. The PlayStation Portable was discontinued in 2014.

The PlayStation Portable (PSP) has a height of 2.9” (74 mm), width of 6.7” (170 mm), depth of .9” (23 mm), and approximate weight of 9.88 oz (.28 kg). The display size of the PlayStation Portable is 4.3” (109.2 mm) with a resolution of 480 x 272 px.

Dimensioned drawings of the PlayStation Portable (PSP) with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
The PlayStation Portable is a handheld game console developed by Sony. The PlayStation Portable was first released in Japan on December 12, 2004 and in North America on March 24, 2005. It is the first handheld device in the PlayStation line of gaming consoles and is a seventh-generation console.

The PlayStation Portable (PSP) has a height of 2.9” (74 mm), width of 6.7” (170 mm), depth of .9” (23 mm), and approximate weight of 9.88 oz (.28 kg). The display size of the PlayStation Portable is 4.3” (109.2 mm) with a resolution of 480 x 272 px.

Dimensioned drawings of the PlayStation Portable (PSP) with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
Sony X950G Smart TV (55”)

Without the stand, the Sony X950G Smart TV (55”) has a height of 28” (71.1 cm), width of 48.375” (122.9 cm), and depth of 2.75” (7 cm). The total height with the stand is 30.625” (77.8 cm) with an overall depth of 10.875” (27.6 cm). The Sony X950G Smart TV (55”) has a diagonal display measurement of 54.6" (138.7 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 px (4K UHD).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Sony X950G Smart TV (55”) measured with height, width, and depth

Without the stand, the Sony X950G Smart TV (55”) has a height of 28” (71.1 cm), width of 48.375” (122.9 cm), and depth of 2.75” (7 cm). The total height with the stand is 30.625” (77.8 cm) with an overall depth of 10.875” (27.6 cm). The Sony X950G Smart TV (55”) has a diagonal display measurement of 54.6" (138.7 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 px (4K UHD).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Sony X950G Smart TV (55”) measured with height, width, and depth
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