How to use a Playstation console for the first time
Sony announced the Playstation 4 at CES last year, and today the company unveiled the PS4 Pro at the show, which it says will be the “world’s first all-digital, high-resolution game console”.
The PS4 comes with four cores, two GDDR5X and an 800GB hard drive, and runs on Nvidia’s Pascal GPU, which is expected to be a huge leap from the Titan X GPU used in the PS3.
Sony also said it will be “the world’s first high-end game console”, which means it’s likely to run on some of the most expensive game titles in the world.
While Sony is releasing the console on a budget, the company is also touting its “gaming power” thanks to the PS VR headset.
This means the PS 4 Pro will likely have an extra gigabyte of RAM, which should give it more horsepower, but Sony has already hinted at the possibility of making the console cheaper with the PS Pro’s 16GB of RAM.
As for the price, the PS Vita was priced at $399 when it launched in March, while the PSVR will be around $300.
Sony said it would be cheaper to upgrade to the PlayStation 4 Pro if you’re interested in a bigger console, but I think that’s likely not to be the case.