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DualShock 4 Controller

The DualShock 4 Controller is an eighth-generation video game controller manufactured by Sony. It has similar features to its predecessor, DualShock 3, and is meant for PlayStation 4’s controller but can also work with PlayStation 3 via Micro-USB cable. Its top of the game features three LED light bars designed by PlayStation VR used to identify players and provide enhanced feedback.

The light bar works with a PlayStation Camera judging movement and position of the players. Other features include support for motion detection, built-in two-point capacitive touchpad, and pressure-sensitive buttons, which is not available in other DualShocks and video game competitors like the Wii and One Xbox.

The DualShock 4 Controller has a height of 3.94” (100 mm), width of 6.34” (161 mm), depth of 2.24” (57 mm), and approximate weight of 7.4 oz (.21 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the DualShock 4 Controller with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation views
The DualShock 4 Controller is an eighth-generation video game controller manufactured by Sony. It has similar features to its predecessor, DualShock 3, and is meant for PlayStation 4’s controller but can also work with PlayStation 3 via Micro-USB cable.

The DualShock 4 Controller has a height of 3.94” (100 mm), width of 6.34” (161 mm), depth of 2.24” (57 mm), and approximate weight of 7.4 oz (.21 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the DualShock 4 Controller with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation views
Sega Genesis Controller - 3 Button

The Sega Genesis Controller 3 Button is the official control pad made for Sega Mega Drive and released in 1988 for the Japanese market and 1989 for the North American market. It spots three control buttons on the left and D-pad on the right side.

The control pad evolved from the Master System control pad, replacing the numbers on the buttons with letters and including an extra two face buttons. The Sega Genesis Controller 3 Button was the first ergonomically designed control pad for the user’s hands, having a rounded structure and buttons placed in more comfortable to reach positions and in alphabetical order.

The Sega Genesis 3 Button Controller has a height of 3.86” (98 mm), width of 6.5” (165 mm), depth of 1.6” (40.6 mm), and approximate weight of 5.6 oz (.16 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the Sega Genesis 3 Button Controller with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation views
The Sega Genesis Controller 3 Button is the official control pad made for Sega Mega Drive and released in 1988 for the Japanese market and 1989 for the North American market. It spots three control buttons on the left and D-pad on the right side.

The Sega Genesis 3 Button Controller has a height of 3.86” (98 mm), width of 6.5” (165 mm), depth of 1.6” (40.6 mm), and approximate weight of 5.6 oz (.16 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the Sega Genesis 3 Button Controller with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation views
Wii U GamePad

The Wii U GamePad is a single-touch LCD gamepad designed by Shigeru Miyamoto for Nintendo’s Wii U home video game console. Unlike the original prototype which resembled a cellphone and had circular pads, the revised gamepad features ideas from tablets such as touchscreen controls, upfront facing cameras, and dual analog sticks.

The gamepad touchscreen provides users an option to play games on the Gamepad screen or supplement a game by using a second screen. Besides, the gamepad can work with other controllers such as the Wii Balance Board and Wii Remote Plus. The Wii U Gamepad can also function as a remote control for television with the Nintendo TVii app, provide other content or even send handwritten messages.

The Wii U GamePad has a height of 5.3” (13.5 cm), width of 10.2” (25.9 cm), total depth of 1.98” (50.2 mm), and approximate weight of 17.3 oz (.49 kg).

Collection of drawings of the Wii U GamePad with height, width, depth and screen resolution dimensions
The Wii U GamePad is a single-touch LCD gamepad designed by Shigeru Miyamoto for Nintendo’s Wii U home video game console. Unlike the original prototype, the revised gamepad features ideas from tablets such as touchscreen controls, upfront facing cameras, and dual analog sticks.

The Wii U GamePad has a height of 5.3” (13.5 cm), width of 10.2” (25.9 cm), total depth of 1.98” (50.2 mm), and approximate weight of 17.3 oz (.49 kg).

Collection of drawings of the Wii U GamePad with height, width, depth and screen resolution dimensions
Nintendo Switch
Dimensioned drawings of the Nintendo Switch Dock with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation

The Nintendo Switch is a video game console released by Nintendo on March of 2017.  Its design features a hybrid console that can be a home console or portable device. It is runs on the Nintendo Switch Operating system and is an eight-generation gaming console. Nintendo Switch games and software are available on both physical and digital forms. The Nintendo Switch incorporates three different gaming modes in 1 device – tv mode, tabletop mode, and handheld mode. Through the different modes of use Nintendo aimed for the Nintendo Switch to reach a wider demographic of video game players. The Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons are available in a wide range of colors.

The Nintendo Switch has a height of 4.01” (102 mm), width of 9.40” (239 mm), and total depth of 1.13” (28.7 mm). The Nintendo Switch Dock has a height of 4..09” (104 mm), width of 6.81” (173 mm), and depth of 2.12” (53.8 mm) resulting in a total docked height of 4.88" (124 mm).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Nintendo Switch measured with height, width, depth and screen resolution
The Nintendo Switch is a video game console released by Nintendo on March of 2017. Its design features a hybrid console that can be a home console or portable device. It is runs on the Nintendo Switch Operating system and is an eight-generation gaming console.

The Nintendo Switch has a height of 4.01” (102 mm), width of 9.40” (239 mm), and total depth of 1.13” (28.7 mm). The Nintendo Switch Dock has a height of 4..09” (104 mm), width of 6.81” (173 mm), and depth of 2.12” (53.8 mm) resulting in a total docked height of 4.88" (124 mm).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Nintendo Switch measured with height, width, depth and screen resolution
Xbox One Controller

The Xbox One Controller is the successor of the Xbox 360 Controller and works with Xbox Series X and Xbox One home video game consoles, Window-based PC, and other operating systems like Linux, Mac, and Android. The Xbox One Controller has had three revisions in 2015, 2016, and 2020 but still maintains the layout of the Xbox 360 controller with a revised shape and redesign that includes a trigger, analog sticks, and shoulder buttons.

The Xbox One Controller also has a premium version, Elite Wireless Controller marketed to professional gamers and boasts superior features such as interchangeable parts and programmable functionalities and accessories such as stereo headset adapter, chat pad, and play and charge kit.

The Xbox One Controller has a height of 4.01” (101.9 mm), width of 6.02” (152.9 mm), depth of 2.4” (61 mm), and approximate weight of 9.9 oz (.28 kg).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Xbox One Controller measured with height, width, and depth
The Xbox One Controller is the successor of the Xbox 360 Controller and works with Xbox Series X and Xbox One home video game consoles, Window-based PC, and other operating systems like Linux, Mac, and Android. The Xbox One Controller has had three revisions in 2015, 2016, and 2020.

The Xbox One Controller has a height of 4.01” (101.9 mm), width of 6.02” (152.9 mm), depth of 2.4” (61 mm), and approximate weight of 9.9 oz (.28 kg).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Xbox One Controller measured with height, width, and depth
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