With Sony’s upcoming PS4 Pro console, you’re looking at the biggest jump in price ever.
While that’s more than a year away, the big question is when it will arrive.
The new PS4 comes with an upgraded processor that’s clocked at 1.8GHz, an upgraded GPU, and four teraflops of performance for a total of 2.2 terafls of peak compute power.
While this is pretty good for a gaming console, it comes with a catch.
That extra 2.3 terafles is reserved for streaming.
The PS4 can’t handle a single HDMI port, but that can be fixed with a simple swap of connectors.
The new PSX-based PS4 console will only support HDMI 1.4a and 1.5a.
The PS4 also supports 3D Vision 3.5 and can’t support 4K.
So, for $499, you can get a PS4 that can handle four HDMI ports and four 3DVision 3.0 outputs.
And with an extra $99 you can also get a dual-battery model, which has a battery life of about a month.
The price difference is still a bit steep, but it’s no longer a barrier to buying the new PS6 model.
PS6 is priced at $599 and is already available in the United States.
The $999 model is still available in Europe and Japan.
PSX and PS4 are still the only PS4s available for purchase in North America, though.
That said, the PS4 has one major drawback: it doesn’t support Blu-ray 3D playback.
While Sony does make an adapter for the PlayStation 4, it’s a pricey $200.
It’s also not compatible with the PS5, PS4 Dualshock 4, or PS5 Pro.
That means you’re stuck with playing the games you already own on the PS6 console.
With this in mind, if you’re still looking to get the PSX model, you might want to consider a $999 Dualshock controller instead.
It features a built-in USB 3.1 connector, two USB 2.0 ports, and a power connector.
If you want to save money on the cable, Sony is offering a $39.99 bundle for the controller.
It comes with all of the standard PS4 games and accessories.