Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One X 3D size comparison

Xbox Series X, Series S, PlayStation 5 size comparison
Xbox Series X, Series S, PlayStation 5 size comparison (Image credit: Windows Central)

How big is the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S? Previously, we were extrapolating from the size of USB ports, but with all consoles' measurements now fully out in the open, we can create very close approximate 3D models of how these bad boys stack up. So before you hit up our Xbox Series X and Series S preorders page, take a look below to see how they might fit into your set up.

Our 3D printing team whipped up some three-dimensional models based on the official measurements of the Xbox Series X, Series S, and PlayStation 5 (PS5). The below embeds show how the Xbox Series X and Series S stack up when compared side by side to its contemporaries.

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3D size comparison PlayStation vs. Xbox models

While the overall volume of the Xbox Series X is around twice that of the Xbox One X, it's not as huge as some of the epic memes suggest. Stacked up side by side, you can get a better view of how it might fit into your setup.

The Xbox Series X can be positioned either vertically or horizontally. When positioned vertically, it's not far removed from something like an Amazon Echo Plus or a compact desktop PC.

The Xbox Series S is perhaps the more incredible story. Sixty percent smaller than the Xbox Series X, the Xbox Series S packs several times more power than the PlayStation 4 and original Xbox One, while being half the size. That's pretty impressive.

Xbox Series X 3D model

If you want a closer look of Xbox Series X stacks itself, we embedded a separate file above. The form factor is designed for maximum airflow, and you'll need to ensure that it has clearance at the top air vent to prevent overheating.

Xbox Series S 3D model

The Xbox Series S is the smallest Xbox ever made, with a slimmer and shorter profile than that of the Xbox Series X. The Xbox Series S is also narrower than the Xbox One X even, and roughly about as tall as the Xbox One S when laid flat. The large grill you see is for cooling and airflow.

So, what say you?

What do you think of the design? Let us know in the comments, and also let us know if you'd like us to try and compare the Xbox Series X to any other well-known devices.

The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S launch on November 10, 2020. And we can't wait.

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James Bricknell

James built his first PC when he was 13 and has never looked back. He can be found on Windows Central, usually in the corner where all the 3D printers are, or huddled around the Xbox playing the latest games.