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

The Xbox Controller is the sixth generation video game controller released by Microsoft in 2000, primarily for Microsoft’s Xbox home video game console. The original controller was called the “Duke” or “Fatty” and received lots of criticism for its bulky and oversized nature that made it feature in the Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition 2008 for being the biggest controller.

Today, it spots a smaller and light structure ideal for smaller hands with Xbox systems available in all the territories it is sold and the larger controller being available as an optional accessory. Its features include two analog triggers, dual vibration motors, two analog sticks, back and start button, and digital directional pads.

The Xbox Controller has a height of 5.5” (139.7 mm), width of 7” (177.8 mm), depth of 2.7” (68.6 mm), and approximate weight of 19.4 oz (.55 kg).

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Height: 
5.5” | 139.7 mm
Width:
7” | 177.8 mm
Depth:
2.7” | 68.6 mm
Length:
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Weight:
19.4 oz | .55 kg
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Designer:
Microsoft
Released:
2001

Properties

Drawings include:
Xbox 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.