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Submitted by timbow1982 860d ago | opinion piece

Sony PS4 Conference: What Wasn't There

In his own unique style Kimo takes a look at the Sony's 3 hour reveal of the PlayStation 4 (PS4)

JoGam  +   861d ago
Me. :'(
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Chaostar  +   861d ago
From article:

"what media will it use if any?"

From Digital Foundry on the 21st:

"The Blu-ray reader gets a decent enough upgrade from PS3's 2x drive, moving up to a 6x CAV (constant angular velocity) design, meaning maximum read speeds of around 27MB/s - though throughput will lower according to the area of the disc being read. The spec appears to be a very close match for the standard BD drives Sony itself currently produces, lending further evidence to the notion that we're looking at a cost-effective 50GB dual-layer unit rather than the more exotic 100GB quad-layer drives said to be coming in the future to accommodate 4K video playback."

Keep up zero1gaming.com
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