Nintendo is a global Japanese corporation headquartered in Kyoto. Their involvement in consumer goods is video games and entertainment. Its foreign branches range from the United States and Europe. Nintendo also produces some of the well established and most popular video game series in history, like Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Animal Crossing, and Pokémon, and is one of the biggest computer game firms in the world by market capitalization. Nintendo took off in popularity with the Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, and the famously classic: NES Classic. Nintendo’s creator: Fusajiro Yamauchi started in 1889 selling hanafuda playing cards.

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Nintendo DS Lite
2.9” | 74 mm (Closed); 5.47” | 139 mm (Open)
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New Nintendo 3DS
3.17” | 80.6 mm (Closed); 5.89” | 149.5 mm (Open)
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Nintendo DS
3.33” | 84.7 mm (Closed); 6.3” | 160 mm (Open)
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Nintendo 2DS XL
3.4” | 86.4 mm (Closed); 6.4” | 162.6 mm (Open)
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New Nintendo 3DS XL
3.68” | 93.5 mm (Closed); 6.81” | 173 mm (Open)
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Nintendo Switch
.547” | 13.9 mm; 1.13” | 28.7 mm (Total)
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Wii U GamePad
1.6” | 40.6 mm; 1.98” | 50.2 mm (Total)
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GameCube Controller

The GameCube controller is the sixth generation gamepad manufactured by Nintendo and released in 2001 for the GameCube home video game console. The GameCube controller was released together with the GameCube console and as a successor of the Nintendo 64 controller.

Over its lifespan, the controller was available in various colors and revisions such as the WaveBird wireless controller, LodgeNet controller, and White controller, all targeted for different markets. The controller connects to the console via GameCube controller port and has a built-in rumble motor that provides haptic feedback. The only drawback is that it does not have expandable features like its predecessor, Nintendo 64 controller.

The GameCube Controller has a height of 4” (100 mm), width of 5.5” (140 mm), depth of 2.5” (65 mm), and approximate weight of 7.1 oz | (.2 kg).

Collection of drawings of the GameCube Controller with height, width, and depth dimensions
The GameCube controller is the sixth generation gamepad manufactured by Nintendo and released in 2001 for the GameCube home video game console. The GameCube controller was released together with the GameCube console and as a successor of the Nintendo 64 controller.

The GameCube Controller has a height of 4” (100 mm), width of 5.5” (140 mm), depth of 2.5” (65 mm), and approximate weight of 7.1 oz | (.2 kg).

Collection of drawings of the GameCube Controller with height, width, and depth dimensions
GameCube Controller
Height:
4” | 100 mm
Width:
5.5” | 140 mm
Length:
Depth:
2.5” | 65 mm
Weight:
7.1 oz | .2 kg
Area:
Designer
Nintendo
Released
2001

Drawings include:
GameCube Controller front elevation, top, side

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Game Boy

The Game Boy is an 8-bit handheld gaming console developed by Nintendo. It is the first handheld device in the Game Boy family and was released between 1989 and 1990 around the world. This was Nintendo’s second handheld gaming console and features a green dot matrix screen with adjustable contrast, five control buttons, two game buttons, and a single speaker with an adjustable volume dial. The Game Boy is available in the colors grape, teal, kiwi, berry, dandelion, atomic purple, and neotones ice. The Game Boy was sold individually or bundled with a game like Super Mario Land or Tetris. The Game Boy was discontinued in 2003.

The Game Boy has a height of 5.8” (148 mm), width of 3.5” (90 mm), depth of 1.3” (32 mm), and approximate weight of 7.76 oz (.22 kg). The display size of the Game Boy is 2.6” (66 mm) with a resolution of 160 x 144 px.

Dimensioned drawings of the Game Boy with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
The Game Boy is an 8-bit handheld gaming console developed by Nintendo. It is the first handheld device in the Game Boy family and was released between 1989 and 1990 around the world. This was Nintendo’s second handheld gaming console and features a green dot matrix screen with adjustable contrast.

The Game Boy has a height of 5.8” (148 mm), width of 3.5” (90 mm), depth of 1.3” (32 mm), and approximate weight of 7.76 oz (.22 kg). The display size of the Game Boy is 2.6” (66 mm) with a resolution of 160 x 144 px.

Dimensioned drawings of the Game Boy with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
Game Boy
Height:
5.8” | 148 mm
Width:
3.5” | 90 mm
Length:
Depth:
1.3” | 32 mm
Display Size
2.6” | 66 mm
Resolution
160 x 144 px
Weight:
7.76 oz | .22 kg
Area:
Designer
Nintendo
Year
1989-2003

Drawings include:
Game Boy front elevation, top, side

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New Nintendo 3DS XL

The New Nintendo 3DS XL, a larger variant of the New Nintendo 3DS, had its North American release date in February of 2015. Known as a revision of the Nintendo 3DS XL, this new model alongside its New Nintendo 3DS companion, features a faster processor, face tracking for 3D viewing, and interchangeable faceplates. Production of the New Nintendo 3DS XL was discontinued in July of 2019.

The New Nintendo 3DS XL has a closed height of 3.68” (93.5 mm), open height of 6.81” (173 mm), width of 6.3” (160 mm), depth of .85” (21.5 mm), and approximate weight of 11.64 oz (.33 kg). The upper display size of the New Nintendo 3DS XL is 4.88” (124 mm) with a resolution of 400 x 240, while the lower size is 4.18” (106.2 mm) with a resolution of 320 x 240 px.

Dimensioned drawings of the New Nintendo 3DS XL with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
The New Nintendo 3DS XL, a larger variant of the New Nintendo 3DS, had its North American release date in February of 2015. Known as a revision of the Nintendo 3DS XL, this new model features a faster processor, face tracking for 3D viewing, and interchangeable faceplates.

The New Nintendo 3DS XL has a closed height of 3.68” (93.5 mm), open height of 6.81” (173 mm), width of 6.3” (160 mm), depth of .85” (21.5 mm), and approximate weight of 11.64 oz (.33 kg). The upper display size of the New Nintendo 3DS XL is 4.88” (124 mm) with a resolution of 400 x 240, while the lower size is 4.18” (106.2 mm) with a resolution of 320 x 240 px.

Dimensioned drawings of the New Nintendo 3DS XL with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
New Nintendo 3DS XL
Height:
3.68” | 93.5 mm (Closed); 6.81” | 173 mm (Open)
Width:
6.3” | 160 mm
Length:
Depth:
.85” | 21.5 mm
Display Size
4.88” | 124 mm (Upper); 4.18” | 106.2 mm (Lower)
Resolution
400 x 240 px (Upper); 320 x 240 px (Lower)
Weight:
11.64 oz | .33 kg
Area:
Designer
Nintendo
Year
2015

Drawings include:
New Nintendo 3DS XL front elevation (open), front (closed), top, side

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Nintendo DS

The Nintendo DS is a dual-screen handheld gaming console developed by Nintendo. The device was released globally from 2004 to 2005 and is a seventh-generation gaming device. The DS in the name stands for ‘developers’ system’ or ‘dual screen’. It features that ability to connect multiple DS devices to interact with one another over WiFi within a short range. The Nintendo DS is a competitor to Sony’s PlayStation Portable. The Nintendo DS was marketed as a ‘third pillar’ to complement the Game Boy Advance and GameCube. The Nintendo DS is available in 9 color finishes. The Nintendo DS was discontinued in 2013.

The Nintendo DS has a closed height of 3.33” (84.7 mm), open height of 6.3” (160 mm), width of 5.85” (148.7 mm), depth of 1.13” (28.9 mm), and approximate weight of 9.7 oz (.275 kg). The display size of the Nintendo DS is 3” (77 mm) with a resolution of 256 x 192 px.

Collection of drawings of the Nintendo DS with height, width, and depth dimensions
The Nintendo DS is a dual-screen handheld gaming console developed by Nintendo. The device was released globally from 2004 to 2005 and is a seventh-generation gaming device. The DS in the name stands for ‘developers’ system’ or ‘dual screen’.

The Nintendo DS has a closed height of 3.33” (84.7 mm), open height of 6.3” (160 mm), width of 5.85” (148.7 mm), depth of 1.13” (28.9 mm), and approximate weight of 9.7 oz (.275 kg). The display size of the Nintendo DS is 3” (77 mm) with a resolution of 256 x 192 px.

Collection of drawings of the Nintendo DS with height, width, and depth dimensions
Nintendo DS
Height:
3.33” | 84.7 mm (Closed); 6.3” | 160 mm (Open)
Width:
5.85” | 148.7 mm
Length:
Depth:
1.13” | 28.9 mm
Display Size
3” | 77 mm
Resolution
256 x 192 px
Weight:
9.7 oz | .275 kg
Area:
Designer
Nintendo
Year
2004-2013

Drawings include:
Nintendo DS front elevation (open), front (closed), top, side

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Nintendo DS Lite

The Nintendo DS Lite, the second model of the Nintendo DS family, is a redesign of the original Nintendo DS that is slimmer and more lightweight. It was released in June of 2006 following its March announcement after receiving demand for the original model.

Although the Nintendo DS Lite is compatible with Gameboy games, DS games, and the DS headset, it uses an AC power adapter that differs from its predecessor. Changes and features of the Nintendo DS Lite include: four levels of brightness, softer feeling buttons, and the relocation of the microphone, start, and select buttons.

The Nintendo DS Lite has a closed height of 2.9” (74 mm), open height of 5.47” (139 mm), width of 5.2” (133 mm), depth of .85” (21.5 mm), and approximate weight of 7.7 oz (.218 kg). The display size of the Nintendo DS Lite is 3.8” (97 mm) with a resolution of 256 x 192 px.

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Nintendo DS Lite measured with height, width, and depth
The Nintendo DS Lite, the second model of the Nintendo DS family, is a redesign of the original Nintendo DS that is slimmer and more lightweight. It was released in June of 2006 following its March announcement after receiving demand for the original model.

The Nintendo DS Lite has a closed height of 2.9” (74 mm), open height of 5.47” (139 mm), width of 5.2” (133 mm), depth of .85” (21.5 mm), and approximate weight of 7.7 oz (.218 kg). The display size of the Nintendo DS Lite is 3.8” (97 mm) with a resolution of 256 x 192 px.

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Nintendo DS Lite measured with height, width, and depth
Nintendo DS Lite
Height:
2.9” | 74 mm (Closed); 5.47” | 139 mm (Open)
Width:
5.2” | 133 mm
Length:
Depth:
.85” | 21.5 mm
Display Size
3.8” | 97 mm
Resolution
256 x 192 px
Weight:
7.7 oz | .218 kg
Area:
Designer
Nintendo
Year
2006-2014

Drawings include:
Nintendo DS Lite front elevation, top, side

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