Dimensioned drawings of the Dreamcast with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation

The DreamCast is a home video gaming console released by Sega in 1999. It is the first in the sixth-generation of video gaming consoles. The Dreamcast was Sega’s final home console. The Dreamcast was the first 128-bit gaming console available in the market. One year after its release the Dreamcast successfully outsold Nintendo. It was also the first gaming console to allow real-time online playing feature and have motion controllers. At the time of its release it was also the only game console that allowed the user to use the Internet and send e-mails. The Dreamcast was discontinued due to its large competition and was discontinued in March of 2001.

The Dreamcast has a height of 3” (76.2 mm), width of 7.5” (190.5 mm), depth of 7.75” (196.9 mm), and approximate weight of 4.4 lb (2 kg).

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Height: 
3” | 76.2 mm
Width:
7.5” | 190.5 mm
Depth:
7.75” | 196.9 mm
Length:
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Resolution (Max):
640 x 448 px
Weight:
4.4 lb | 2 kg
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Designer:
Sega
Release:
1999-2001

Properties

Drawings include:
Dreamcast front elevation, top, side

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