Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Sega Saturn measured with height, width, and depth

The Sega Saturn is a 32-bit home video game console developed by Sega. Its released happened between 1994 and 1995. It was initially only successful in Japan and didn’t sell in the United States due to the popularity of Sony’s PlayStation. The Sega Saturn was the first fifth-generation gaming console ahead of the traditional N64. The Sega Saturn prioritized 2D graphics reflecting the company’s success with the approach. It ultimately lost to the PlayStation to a number of factors including price and timing. The Sega Saturn was discontinued in 1998 in the US and in 2000 in Japan.

The Sega Saturn has a height of 3.2” (83 mm), width of 10.2” (260 mm), depth of 9” (230 mm), and approximate weight of 3.66 lb (1.66 kg).


*Under Development*

3.2” | 83 mm
10.2” | 260 mm
9” | 230 mm
Resolution (Max):
704 x 512 px
3.66 lb | 1.66 kg


Drawings include:
Sega Saturn front elevation, top, side

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