The PlayStation 4 has sold over 9 million units to date. A new model was released this year that comes with a new processor, improved GDDR5 graphics, faster CPU speeds and other enhancements. It is now the fastest selling console in PlayStation’s history. The PS4 features an HDMI output to let users play games on any TV, monitor, or even a big screen TV.
The PlayStation 4 Pro is Sony’s most powerful console yet. It’s also the first model to use the new XBMC software. With support for 4K video and HDR, this is the new standard for high-end gaming. It’s also the first console to use a USB Type-C port for charging. It also supports backwards compatibility with all PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita games, and a number of PC games on the Steam digital service.
The PlayStation 4 Slim is the latest generation of PlayStation gaming console, featuring the industry-leading 2.5 GHz 64-bit AMD “Jaguar” CPU and Radeon™ “R9 290” graphics. The system has a sleek all-black finish, and sports an integrated Blu-ray player.
The system features the same features as the original PlayStation 4 console and is compatible with the PlayStation Move controller, PlayStation Camera and PlayStation®TV. PlayStation®4 (PS4™) is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
If there’s one thing about the PlayStation 4 that is still very much in question, it’s the system’s power. While it’s true that the system can be overclocked to run more quickly, it’s also true that the system’s power draw is still quite substantial. However, we don’t think that the power requirements of this PlayStation 4 Slim 1TB Console have been fully confirmed. That being said, there are a couple of reasons why it wouldn’t be a bad idea to consider a PlayStation 4 Slim over a standard 1TB PlayStation 4.
The first reason is that the power consumption issues on the PlayStation 4 are more of an issue when the system is on standby. For example, we’re told that Sony is currently running tests with the PlayStation 4 to determine what, exactly, the PS4 is able to sustain on standby, but we expect those numbers will come