In the past seven years of gaming since the introduction of the PlayStation 3, we’ve seen our gaming method changed because of regular updates in the technology of PS. PS4 Sony PlayStation 4 bundled with aesthetic sleek design, powerful hardware, software.
Meanwhile, the makers of the PlayStation 4 want to design a console that, feature by feature, the solution to the failings of its previous version. The PS3 was very difficult to program for, thanks to its proprietary silicon. So the PS4 was built with a familiar PC-like architecture which is helpful for developer. The PS3 was packed with never-great DualShock 3 controller. So the PS4 comes with the DualShock 4, the best controller Sony’s ever introduced. And the PS3 had a very high price tag, costing $200 more than its competition. So the PS4 has a genuine price, asking $100 less than the competition this time around.
Developer: Sony Interactive Entertainment
Manufacturer: Sony, Foxconn
Product Family: PlayStation
Release date: NA: NOV 15, 2013
EU: NOV 29, 2013
JP: FEB 22, 2014
Main processor : Single-chip custom processor
CPU: Semi Custom x86-64 AMD “Jaguar”, 8 cores 1.6 GHz
GPU: 1.84 TFLOPS, AMD next-generation Radeon™ based graphics engine
Memory: GDDR5 8GB
256 MB DDR3 RAM (for background task)
Storage size: 500GB Hard disk drive, 1TB (user upgradeable, supports SSD)
BD/DVD Drive (Read Only): BD x 6 CAV
DVD x 8 CAV
Input / Output: Super-Speed USBx (USB 3.0) port x 2
AUX port x 1
Networking: Ethernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T) x 1
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth® 2.1 (EDR)
AV Output: HDMI out port
DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPTICAL) port
Introductory price: US$399.9
Predecessor: PlayStation 3
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Quick look on PS4:
So far the PS4 is Sony’s most attractively designed piece of gaming console. It’s a beautiful system, with a sharp, slightly angled profile accented by a light bar that acts as a console status indicator providing overall good esthetic looking.
On the back only digital HDMI port is installed no conventional audio video port are used.
The PS4 doesn’t support the new 802.11ac wireless standard, instead relying on an 802.11b/g/n radio at 2.4 GHz — no 5 GHz support here either, all of which is disappointing to see on a consumer device in 2013. There is no IR port for universal remotes, nor does it support Bluetooth harmony adapter or PS3 Bluetooth Blu-ray remote. Players who like game privately on their consoles might be not happy at the absence of Bluetooth headphone audio support for the PS4 at launch.
We can say without any doubt: The DualShock 4 is the best controller Sony provided to the game lovers.
The DualShock 4 is equipped with several new features, including a touchpad on the front side. The controller supports motion detection with the help of a gyroscope and an accelerometer and has improved vibration. It is powered by a non-removable rechargeable battery.
In the box:
Bringing the PS4 home more than a just a stylish, black or white console. In addition to the actual system you get a power cord, an HDMI cable, an earbud microphone combo, one DualShock 4 controller and it’s charging cable.
Extra controllers and charging cable don’t come in double, so don’t lose that one.
Also, note that we said earbud are for one ear only. It’s cheap but serviceable, but you can easily plug any headphones you already own into the controller’s headphone jack, so it’s not much of an issue.
• High performance
• PS Plus has good value
• DualShock 4 is the best controller
• Excellent graphics standards
• Remote Play works fine
• Media features lacking there
• Apps number are less
• No simple DLNA
• Lack of big exclusives
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