Xbox One Controller

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

The Xbox One Controller is the successor of the Xbox 360 Controller and works with Xbox Series X and Xbox One home video game consoles, Window-based PC, and other operating systems like Linux, Mac, and Android. The Xbox One Controller has had three revisions in 2015, 2016, and 2020 but still maintains the layout of the Xbox 360 controller with a revised shape and redesign that includes a trigger, analog sticks, and shoulder buttons.

The Xbox One Controller also has a premium version, Elite Wireless Controller marketed to professional gamers and boasts superior features such as interchangeable parts and programmable functionalities and accessories such as stereo headset adapter, chat pad, and play and charge kit.

The Xbox One Controller has a height of 4.01” (101.9 mm), width of 6.02” (152.9 mm), depth of 2.4” (61 mm), and approximate weight of 9.9 oz (.28 kg).

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Height: 
4.01” | 101.9 mm
Width:
6.02” | 152.9 mm
Depth:
2.4” | 61 mm
Length:
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Weight:
9.9 oz | .28 kg
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Designer:
Microsoft
Released:
2013

Properties

Drawings include:
Xbox One Controller front elevation, top, side

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