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Submitted by JoelT 779d ago | article

Sony Probably Will Not Force 4K Into Next Gen PlayStation

Joel Taveras writes, "This week at CES, Sony kicked off the pre-show press conferences with their annual media event. Like previous years, Sony used their time in the spotlight to unveil its upcoming products and services. To the surprise of no one, Sony made sure to really push 4K video as the next big thing for TV." (Industry, Next-Gen, Sony)

remanutd55  +   779d ago
ps4 will most likely have 4K support in some way like movies for example, sony wants to push 4K then ps4 will make it happen just like the ps3 did it with blu ray.
JoelT  +   779d ago
I'm all about being an early adopter but a console isn't going to get me to drop 10k on a TV.

Sony knows that.
remanutd55  +   779d ago
lol i'm talking about when the 4k tvs get cheap, people with ps4 will most likely be tempted to buy one at some point.

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