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 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).


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4.3” | 110 mm
5.9” | 150 mm
6.3” | 161 mm
Resolution (Max):
640 x 480 px
5.3 lb | 2.4 kg


Drawings include:
GameCube front elevation, top, side

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Video game consoles are household computer devices designed specifically to transmit video signals to a display while allowing the interaction of these images through an assortment of control devices. Game consoles democratized and reimagined the arcade experience within the home.

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