Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the SNES Controller measured with height, width, and depth

The SNES Controller, also called Super Nintendo Entertainment System controller, is a gamepad designed for SNES console and subscribers to Nintendo Switch Online. It succeeded the NES Controller. The SNES controller for Nintendo Switch is wireless, added two shoulder buttons, AB and XY, and is extremely sensitive for precise control.

Since the controller is plug and play, it requires no extra drivers, and perfect for playing retro games. The only drawback is that it works only with classic Nintendo titles. There are other versions like the 8Bitdo SF30 Pro Controller and 8Bitdo SN30 Pro Controller that you can pair with Windows, Mac, and Android systems.

The SNES Controller has a height of 2.4” (61 mm), width of 5.67” (144 mm), depth of .6” (15 mm), and approximate weight of 2.8 oz (.08 kg).

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Height: 
2.4” | 61 mm
Width:
5.67” | 144 mm
Depth:
.6” | 15 mm
Length:
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Weight:
2.8 oz | .08 kg
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Designer:
Nintendo
Released:
1990

Properties

Drawings include:
SNES Controller front elevation, top, side

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Video game controllers, also known as gamepads, are handheld input accessories used to interact with video game consoles. Consisting of sets of buttons, game controllers typically include a directional button, right buttons, shoulder bumpers, and central assistive buttons for controlling game menus.

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