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Xbox Controller

The Xbox Controller is the sixth generation video game controller released by Microsoft in 2000, primarily for Microsoft’s Xbox home video game console. The original controller was called the “Duke” or “Fatty” and received lots of criticism for its bulky and oversized nature that made it feature in the Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition 2008 for being the biggest controller.

Today, it spots a smaller and light structure ideal for smaller hands with Xbox systems available in all the territories it is sold and the larger controller being available as an optional accessory. Its features include two analog triggers, dual vibration motors, two analog sticks, back and start button, and digital directional pads.

The Xbox Controller has a height of 5.5” (139.7 mm), width of 7” (177.8 mm), depth of 2.7” (68.6 mm), and approximate weight of 19.4 oz (.55 kg).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Xbox Controller measured with height, width, and depth
The Xbox Controller is the sixth generation video game controller released by Microsoft in 2000, primarily for Microsoft’s Xbox home video game console. The original controller was called the “Duke” or “Fatty” and received lots of criticism for its bulky and oversized nature.

The Xbox Controller has a height of 5.5” (139.7 mm), width of 7” (177.8 mm), depth of 2.7” (68.6 mm), and approximate weight of 19.4 oz (.55 kg).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Xbox Controller measured with height, width, and depth
Xbox Controller
Height:
5.5” | 139.7 mm
Width:
7” | 177.8 mm
Length:
Depth:
2.7” | 68.6 mm
Weight:
19.4 oz | .55 kg
Area:
Designer
Microsoft
Released
2001

Drawings include:
Xbox Controller front elevation, top, side

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Xbox One

The Xbox One is an home gaming console announced on May 2013 by Microsoft and released in November of the same year. The Xbox One is the successor to the Xbox 360, the third console in the Xbox series, and is an eight-generation game console. The Xbox One was named by Microsoft as the ‘all-in-one entertainment system’. The user is able to watch live TV, get a personalized home screen, and Skype through the TV. The Xbox One is a competitor for Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Wii U and Switch. The Xbox One has 1 TB of storage, is designed to only sit horizontally, and comes in a black finish.

The Xbox One has a height of 3.1” (78.7 mm), width of 13.1” (332.7 mm), depth of 10.8” (275 mm), and approximate weight of 7.8 lb (3.54 kg).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Xbox One measured with height, width, and depth
The Xbox One is an home gaming console announced on May 2013 by Microsoft and released in November of the same year. The Xbox One is the successor to the Xbox 360, the third console in the Xbox series, and is an eight-generation game console.

The Xbox One has a height of 3.1” (78.7 mm), width of 13.1” (332.7 mm), depth of 10.8” (275 mm), and approximate weight of 7.8 lb (3.54 kg).

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Xbox One measured with height, width, and depth
Xbox One
Height:
3.1” | 78.7 mm
Width:
13.1” | 332.7 mm
Length:
Depth:
10.8” | 275 mm
Resolution (Max)
1920 x 1080 px
Weight:
7.8 lb | 3.54 kg
Area:
Storage
Designer
Microsoft
Release
2013

Drawings include:
Xbox One front elevation, top, side

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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
Xbox One Controller
Height:
4.01” | 101.9 mm
Width:
6.02” | 152.9 mm
Length:
Depth:
2.4” | 61 mm
Weight:
9.9 oz | .28 kg
Area:
Designer
Microsoft
Released
2013

Drawings include:
Xbox One Controller front elevation, top, side

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Microsoft Surface Studio 2

The Microsoft Surface Studio 2 is a second-generation desktop computer released in 2018 by Microsoft under its family of Surface series and Windows-based personal computer and as a successor of the Surface Studio. It uses Windows 10 and is perfect for those in creative industries like designers and artists. The device was built entirely by Microsoft from the ground up, with noticeable features such as high performing GPU and top resolution display.

The Microsoft Surface Studio 2 has height of 17.3” (43.9 cm), width of 25.1” (63.74 cm), depth of .5” (1.25 cm), and weighs 21 lb (9.56 kg). The screen size is 28” (71.1 cm) with a resolution of 4500 x 3000 px at 192 ppi.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Microsoft Surface Studio 2 measured with height, width, and depth and resolution
The Microsoft Surface Studio 2 is a second-generation desktop computer released in 2018 by Microsoft under its family of Surface series and Windows-based personal computer and as a successor of the Surface Studio. It uses Windows 10 and is perfect for those in creative industries.

The Microsoft Surface Studio 2 has height of 17.3” (43.9 cm), width of 25.1” (63.74 cm), depth of .5” (1.25 cm), and weighs 21 lb (9.56 kg). The screen size is 28” (71.1 cm) with a resolution of 4500 x 3000 px at 192 ppi.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Microsoft Surface Studio 2 measured with height, width, and depth and resolution
Microsoft Surface Studio 2
Height:
17.3” | 43.9 cm
Width:
25.1” | 63.74 cm
Length:
Depth:
.5” | 1.25 cm
Display Size
28” | 71.1 cm
Resolution
4500 x 3000 px; 192 ppi
Weight:
21 lb | 9.56 kg
Area:

Base:

Width: 9.8” | 25 cm
Height: 8.7” | 22 cm

Depth: 1.3” | 3.2 cm

Storage
1 or 2TB
Designer
Microsoft
Year
2018

Drawings include:
Microsoft Surface Studio 2 front elevation (screen), side (screen), front (base), side (base)

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Microsoft Surface Hub 2S

The Microsoft Surface Hub 2S is an interactive whiteboard for businesses built by Microsoft under the Surface family of products. It is a successor of the Surface Hub, uses Windows 10, and must be roller-stand-mounted or wall-mounted during use. Other noticeable features of the Microsoft Surface Hub 2S is a welcoming screen with three buttons, and the ability for multi-touch and multi-pen capabilities.

The Microsoft Surface Hub 2S has height of 29.2” (74.1 cm), width of 43.2” (109.7 cm), depth of 3” (7.6 cm), and weighs 61.6 lb (28 kg). The screen size is 50” (127 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2560 px.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Microsoft Surface Hub 2S measured with height, width, and depth and resolution
The Microsoft Surface Hub 2S is an interactive whiteboard for businesses built by Microsoft under the Surface family of products. It is a successor of the Surface Hub, uses Windows 10, and must be roller-stand-mounted or wall-mounted during use.

The Microsoft Surface Hub 2S has height of 29.2” (74.1 cm), width of 43.2” (109.7 cm), depth of 3” (7.6 cm), and weighs 61.6 lb (28 kg). The screen size is 50” (127 cm) with a resolution of 3840 x 2560 px.

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Microsoft Surface Hub 2S measured with height, width, and depth and resolution
Microsoft Surface Hub 2S
Height:
29.2” | 74.1 cm
Width:
43.2” | 109.7 cm
Length:
Depth:
3” | 7.6 cm
Display Size
50” | 127 cm
Resolution
3840 x 2560 px
Weight:
61.6 lb | 28 kg
Area:
Storage
128 GB
Designer
Microsoft
Year
2019

Drawings include:
Microsoft Surface Hub 2S front elevation, side, top, front (stand), side (stand), top (stand)

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