Sony has put the PlayStation 4 on a diet. On September 7th, Sony announced an updated “Slim” PS4, as well as a more powerful 4K-capable PS4 Pro console. The slim variant will phaseout the existing “older” PS4 consoles on store shelves. Aside from the build construction, the PS4 (Slim) features the same internal specifications. Though, it now has support for 5GHz Wi-Fi and contains no optical port.
Four years down the line and 40 million units sold, the PS4 has been a great success for Sony. By focussing on games first and foremost, the Japanese entertainment giant as managed to quickly rebuild a customer base that was severely depleted thanks … [Continue reading]
Sony’s PlayStation 4 video game console series lets you choose the model that best fits your needs and budget. Its smallest version – the PlayStation 4 Slim – is the most inexpensive way to step into the PlayStation world and enjoy Sony exclusive … [Continue reading]
The PS4 Slim was announced alongside the 4K-capable PlayStation Pro at the company's 2016 PlayStation Meeting event. For more on the PlayStation Pro, check out our coverage from the event.Unlike Microsoft's compact console offering, the Xbox One S, … [Continue reading]
Sony's 4K-equipped monster, the PS4 Pro, has established itself as the first Ultra HD console on the market, but if you're not ready to upgrade to a new television just yet then the original PS4 is still an excellent machine, especially now that it's … [Continue reading]
Sony regularly updates its game systems with new, sleeker designs, and the PlayStation 4 is no exception. Besides releasing the larger, more powerful PS4 Pro last year, Sony also rolled out a smaller, thinner version of the original PS4. This PS4 … [Continue reading]
The PS4 Slim (given the technical title of CUH-2000) represents the new standard PlayStation 4 console. It’s a hardware revamp that incorporates a makeover of both console and controller.Physically, it’s a big change, but functionally this PS4 is the … [Continue reading]