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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5.8” | 148 mm
3.5” | 90 mm
1.3” | 32 mm
7.76 oz | .22 kg
1989-2003
Game Boy
14.800
9.000
32.000
0.220
1989.00
23000
3D
Game Boy
3.2” | 82 mm
5.7” | 144 mm
.96” | 24.5 mm
4.94 oz | .14 kg
2001-2010
Game Boy Advance
8.200
14.400
24.500
0.140
2001.00
19000
3D
Game Boy Advance
4.3” | 110 mm
5.9” | 150 mm
6.3” | 161 mm
5.3 lb | 2.4 kg
2001-2007
GameCube
11.000
15.000
16.100
2.400
2001.00
60000
3D
GameCube
4” | 100 mm
5.5” | 140 mm
2.5” | 65 mm
7.1 oz | .2 kg
2001
GameCube Controller
10.000
14.000
6.500
0.200
2001.00
82000
3D
GameCube Controller
2.096” | 53.2 mm
4.86” | 123.4 mm
.6875” | 17.5 mm
2.6 oz | .07 kg
1983
NES Controller
5.320
12.340
1.750
0.070
1983.00
18000
3D
NES Controller
3.17” | 80.6 mm (Closed); 5.89” | 149.5 mm (Open)
5.59” | 142 mm
.85” | 21.6 mm
8.82 oz | .25 kg
2015
New Nintendo 3DS
14.950
14.200
21.600
0.250
2015.00
11000
3D
New Nintendo 3DS
3.68” | 93.5 mm (Closed); 6.81” | 173 mm (Open)
6.3” | 160 mm
.85” | 21.5 mm
11.64 oz | .33 kg
2015
New Nintendo 3DS XL
17.300
16.000
21.500
0.330
2015.00
8300
3D
New Nintendo 3DS XL
3.5” | 88.9 mm
10.1” | 256 mm
8” | 203.2 mm
5 lb | 2.27 kg
1983-1995
Nintendo (NES)
8.890
25.600
20.320
2.270
1983.00
138000
3D
Nintendo (NES)
5” | 127 mm
5.66” | 144 mm
.8” | 20.3 mm
9.2 oz | .26 kg
2013
Nintendo 2DS
12.700
14.400
20.300
0.260
2013.00
32000
3D
Nintendo 2DS
3.4” | 86.4 mm (Closed); 6.4” | 162.6 mm (Open)
6.3” | 160 mm
.85” | 21.5 mm
9.2 oz | .26 kg
2017
Nintendo 2DS XL
16.260
16.000
21.500
0.260
2017.00
20000
3D
Nintendo 2DS XL
2.87” | 72.9 mm
10.23” | 259.8 mm
7.48” | 190 mm
2.42 lb | 1.1 kg
1996-2002
Nintendo 64
7.290
25.980
19.000
1.100
1996.00
62000
3D
Nintendo 64
6.01” | 152.6 mm
6.3” | 160 mm
2.625” | 66.7 mm
10.6 oz | .3 kg
1996
Nintendo 64 Controller
15.260
16.000
6.670
0.300
1996.00
10000
3D
Nintendo 64 Controller
3.33” | 84.7 mm (Closed); 6.3” | 160 mm (Open)
5.85” | 148.7 mm
1.13” | 28.9 mm
9.7 oz | .275 kg
2004-2013
Nintendo DS
16.000
14.870
28.900
0.275
2004.00
76000
3D
Nintendo DS
2.9” | 74 mm (Closed); 5.47” | 139 mm (Open)
5.2” | 133 mm
.85” | 21.5 mm
7.7 oz | .218 kg
2006-2014
Nintendo DS Lite
13.900
13.300
21.500
0.218
2006.00
17000
3D
Nintendo DS Lite
4.01” | 102 mm
9.40” | 239 mm
.547” | 13.9 mm; 1.13” | 28.7 mm (Total)
.88 lb | .4 kg
2017
Nintendo Switch
10.200
23.900
2.870
0.400
2017.00
2100000
3D
Nintendo Switch
3.58” | 91 mm
8.18” | 208 mm
.55” | 14 mm; 1.12” | 28.4 mm (Full)
9.77 oz | .277 kg
2019
Nintendo Switch Lite
9.100
20.800
28.400
0.277
2019.00
241000
3D
Nintendo Switch Lite
2.4” | 61 mm (Estimated)
5.67” | 144 mm (Estimated)
.6” | 15 mm (Estimated)
2.8 oz | .08 kg (Estimated)
1990
SNES Controller
6.100
14.400
1.500
0.080
1990.00
24000
3D
SNES Controller
2.68” | 68 mm
8” | 203.2 mm
10” | 254 mm
2.12 lb | .96 kg
1990-1999
Super Nintendo (SNES)
6.800
20.320
25.400
0.960
1990.00
52000
3D
Super Nintendo (SNES)
Wii
90000
6.18” | 157 mm
2.375” | 60.3 mm
7.75" | 196.9 mm
2.7 lb | 1.22 kg
2006-2017
Wii
15.700
6.030
19.690
1.220
2006.00
90000
3D
Wii
6.3” | 160 mm
1.43” | 36.2 mm
1.21” | 30.8 mm
3.2 oz | .09 kg
2006
Wii Remote
16.000
3.620
3.080
0.090
2006.00
13000
3D
Wii Remote
Wii U
102000
1.8” | 4.6 cm
6.8” | 17.2 cm
10.6” | 26.9 cm
3.3 lb | 1.5 kg
2012-2017
Wii U
4.600
17.200
26.900
1.500
2012.00
102000
3D
Wii U
5.3” | 13.5 cm
10.2” | 25.9 cm
1.6” | 40.6 mm; 1.98” | 50.2 mm (Total)
17.3 oz | .49 kg
2012
Wii U GamePad
13.500
25.900
5.020
0.490
2012.00
11000
3D
Wii U GamePad
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Super NES) is a 16-bit home video game console that was developed by Nintendo. It was released globally between 1990 and 1993 and is a fourth-generation gaming console. The Super NES continues to be popular today among collectors and retro gamers. The gaming console was the second video game home console released by Nintendo internationally. It featured enhanced graphics, a brand-new controller with additional features, and superior sound. It has become known for its classic games like Super Mario World, Super Metroid, and Final fantasy VI. The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was discontinued in 2003.

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) has a height of 2.68” (68 mm), width of 8” (203.2 mm), depth of 10” (254 mm), and approximate weight of 2.12 lb (.96 kg).

Collection of drawings of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) with height, width, and depth dimensions
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Super NES) is a 16-bit home video game console that was developed by Nintendo. It was released globally between 1990 and 1993 and is a fourth-generation gaming console. The Super NES continues to be popular today among collectors and retro gamers.

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) has a height of 2.68” (68 mm), width of 8” (203.2 mm), depth of 10” (254 mm), and approximate weight of 2.12 lb (.96 kg).

Collection of drawings of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) with height, width, and depth dimensions
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
Height:
2.68” | 68 mm
Width:
8” | 203.2 mm
Length:
Depth:
10” | 254 mm
Resolution (Max)
256 x 224 px
Weight:
2.12 lb | .96 kg
Area:
Storage
Designer
Nintendo
Release
1990-1999

Drawings include:
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) front elevation, top, side

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Wii

The Wii is a home video game console that was released by Nintendo on November 19, 2006. The Wii is a seventh-generation console and is a competitor for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s PlayStation 3. Nintendo argued that the Wii targeted a broader demographic than the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3. The Wii runs on the Wii operating system. The original Wii was the smallest gaming console by Nintendo and innovated gaming through incorporating motion control for fun gaming. The Nintendo Wii has an all-white finish that helps it blend into any room. The Wii was discontinued in 2017.

The Wii has a height of 6.18” (157 mm), width of 2.375” (60.3 mm), depth of 7.75" (196.9 mm), and approximate weight of 2.7 lb (1.22 kg).

Collection of drawings of the Wii with height, width, and depth dimensions
The Wii is a home video game console that was released by Nintendo on November 19, 2006. The Wii is a seventh-generation console and is a competitor for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s PlayStation 3. Nintendo argued that the Wii targeted a broader demographic than the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.

The Wii has a height of 6.18” (157 mm), width of 2.375” (60.3 mm), depth of 7.75" (196.9 mm), and approximate weight of 2.7 lb (1.22 kg).

Collection of drawings of the Wii with height, width, and depth dimensions
Wii
Height:
6.18” | 157 mm
Width:
2.375” | 60.3 mm
Length:
Depth:
7.75" | 196.9 mm
Resolution (Max)
640 x 480 px
Weight:
2.7 lb | 1.22 kg
Area:
Storage
Designer
Nintendo
Release
2006-2017

Drawings include:
Wii front elevation, top, side

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GameCube

The Gamecube is a home video game console released by Nintendo in 2001. It is a sixth-generation gaming console. It is also the first Nintendo gaming console to use optical discs as the primary storage medium. The discs for the Gamecube are in a miniDVD format and are not designed to play full-sized DVDs or audio CDs but instead focused on just gaming. The Gamecube also supports limited online gaming for a small number of games. The GameCube was available in purple, black, silver, and orange. The GameCube controller combined elements from controllers before it. The GameCube was discontinued in 2007.

The GameCube has a height of 4.3” (110 mm), width of 5.9” (150 mm), depth of 6.3” (161 mm), and approximate weight of 5.3 lb (2.4 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the GameCube with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
The Gamecube is a home video game console released by Nintendo in 2001. It is a sixth-generation gaming console. It is also the first Nintendo gaming console to use optical discs as the primary storage medium. The discs for the Gamecube are in a miniDVD format.

The GameCube has a height of 4.3” (110 mm), width of 5.9” (150 mm), depth of 6.3” (161 mm), and approximate weight of 5.3 lb (2.4 kg).

Dimensioned drawings of the GameCube with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
GameCube
Height:
4.3” | 110 mm
Width:
5.9” | 150 mm
Length:
Depth:
6.3” | 161 mm
Resolution (Max)
640 x 480 px
Weight:
5.3 lb | 2.4 kg
Area:
Storage
Designer
Nintendo
Release
2001-2007

Drawings include:
GameCube front elevation, top, side

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Game Boy Advance (GBA)

The Game Boy Advance is 32-bit handheld gaming console developed by Nintendo. It is the successor to the Game Boy Color. The Game Boy Color was released in 2001 and is a sixth-generation gaming console. It originally did not have an illuminated screen, but Nintendo later incorporated it into the design. The Game Boy Advance offered portable entertainment with a classic design, had a headphone jack, used a pair of AA batteries. The Game Boy Advance was available in the colors Artic, Black, Orange, Fuchsia, Glacier, and Indigo. Later additional colors were released. The Game Boy Advance was discontinued in 2006.

The Game Boy Advance (GBA) has a height of 3.2” (82 mm), width of 5.7” (144 mm), depth of .96” (24.5 mm), and approximate weight of 4.94 oz (.14 kg). The display size of the Game Boy Advance (GBA) is 2.9” (74 mm) with a resolution of 240 x 160 px.

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Game Boy Advance (GBA) measured with height, width, and depth
The Game Boy Advance is 32-bit handheld gaming console developed by Nintendo. It is the successor to the Game Boy Color. The Game Boy Color was released in 2001 and is a sixth-generation gaming console. The Game Boy Advance was discontinued in 2006.

The Game Boy Advance (GBA) has a height of 3.2” (82 mm), width of 5.7” (144 mm), depth of .96” (24.5 mm), and approximate weight of 4.94 oz (.14 kg). The display size of the Game Boy Advance (GBA) is 2.9” (74 mm) with a resolution of 240 x 160 px.

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Game Boy Advance (GBA) measured with height, width, and depth
Game Boy Advance (GBA)
Height:
3.2” | 82 mm
Width:
5.7” | 144 mm
Length:
Depth:
.96” | 24.5 mm
Display Size
2.9” | 74 mm
Resolution
240 x 160 px
Weight:
4.94 oz | .14 kg
Area:
Designer
Nintendo
Year
2001-2010

Drawings include:
Game Boy Advance front elevation, top, side

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Nintendo Switch Lite

The Nintendo Switch Lite was released by Nintendo on September 20, 2019. It is a handheld game console and is the more portable version of its predecessor, the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch Lite is an eight-generation console and runs on the Nintendo Switch operating system software. The Nintendo Switch Lite features an integrated joy-con, lightweight design, and is compact. It is perfect for the gamers that are constantly on the go and is compatible with more than 2,000 games. The Nintendo Switch Lite is available in the colors yellow, gray, turquoise, and coral.

The Nintendo Switch Lite has a height of 3.58” (91 mm), width of 8.18” (208 mm), total depth of 1.12” (28.4 mm), and approximate weight of 9.77 oz (.277 kg). The display size of the Nintendo Switch Lite is 5.5” (139.7 mm) with a resolution of 1280 x 720 px.

Dimensioned drawings of the Nintendo Switch Lite with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
The Nintendo Switch Lite was released by Nintendo on September 20, 2019. It is a handheld game console and is the more portable version of its predecessor, the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch Lite is an eight-generation console and runs on the Nintendo Switch operating system software.

The Nintendo Switch Lite has a height of 3.58” (91 mm), width of 8.18” (208 mm), total depth of 1.12” (28.4 mm), and approximate weight of 9.77 oz (.277 kg). The display size of the Nintendo Switch Lite is 5.5” (139.7 mm) with a resolution of 1280 x 720 px.

Dimensioned drawings of the Nintendo Switch Lite with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation
Nintendo Switch Lite
Height:
3.58” | 91 mm
Width:
8.18” | 208 mm
Length:
Depth:
.55” | 14 mm; 1.12” | 28.4 mm (Full)
Display Size
5.5” | 139.7 mm
Resolution
1280 x 720 px
Weight:
9.77 oz | .277 kg
Area:
Designer
Nintendo
Year
2019

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

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