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New Scientist is launching a new series in which we look at the most important gaming consoles of the moment.
This is a review of the Playstation 4, the Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch.
We have already seen a lot of console-related coverage over the past few months, so this is the first time we have been able to look at some of the different options and what games and software you can expect to be on offer for these consoles.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are both powered by the same chip as their predecessor, the PlayStation 3, but they also have their own distinctive features.
The PS4 has an 8-core processor, while the Xbox has a 10-core chip.
They’re both designed to run games at high resolutions, and support HDR, which can make a difference when playing games at 4K resolution.
Both consoles support 8K resolution and can output 1080p 60fps video.
They both have four USB 3.0 ports, but the Xbox only has a single USB 2.0 port.
Both have an IR blaster and an HDMI 1.4a port, but you’ll be better off buying an Xbox One to get both.
Both consoles have HDMI 2.1a and DVI-D ports, so you can hook up your PC to your TV, monitor, or projector to watch 4K movies.
The Xbox One also has a range of apps, including Xbox One Games, which lets you download Xbox One games for your TV or projector.
The Xbox One S also has Xbox One Apps, which allows you to install apps on your Xbox One.
Both offer HDR and 4K output.
The Switch is also a 4K-capable console, and supports HDR.
It has a dual-core CPU, which is great for games at resolutions of up to 4K, and is powered by an 8.8-core GPU.
The Switch also supports HDR output, although you’ll need an HDR TV to watch it.
Both of these consoles are priced at $500, but with the PlayStation 4 being launched on February 11th, the Switch is expected to be a more affordable console.
The only difference between the two consoles is the price.
The PS4 will be released in the US and Canada in March.
The Microsoft Xbox One is available on March 4th in the UK, while Nintendo Switch is available in Europe on March 11th.