"Quick to remind everyone that it doesn't have one, Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Worldwide Studios, said, "The power is inside, so no brick outside."" - PSLS
It really does look like a 2nd gen console, how did they manage to keep it so sleek?!
Through the power of Sony.
Damn! they manage to make it so small from the first version!! so maybe PS4 slim will be as slim as PStwo? I am amazed, really!
Smaller and more powerful than the Xbox One, and no power brick. Just shows you the level of Sony as a hardware company compared to MS.
A slim ps4 as slim as a ps2 would be great, but i imagine it's pretty jam packed as it is currently.
Made Xbox One look more like a Brick.
How come some of you can't just enjoy the ps4 on its on merit, instead of always having to bring up the xbox one. It's like you are obsessed with the xbox one, and then wonder while the trolls show up. The PS4 is nice. Period.
once again... thank you. :)
People need to stop insulting a Brick by calling it an Xbox One. I'll tell you, an Xbox One isn't going to be used to build houses with.
Sony makes all kinds of great products and this really helps make playstation special.
That's really impressive how they kept that small form factor with an internal power source. I would liken the Xbox One to a VCR more than I would a brick.
The on,y reason m$ when with a big system was for the future they could release smaller versions of the system. That somehow brings more money. Look at Sony they done it many times. Sony is starting small and slick and now I can't imagine how smaller could the ps4 could get. M$ made big and I bet a lot of space in it
The design is familiar but modern: http://img.photobucket.com/... Now give me a variation on the PS2 boot up sound and I'll die a happy man.
But they might be used to burn one down... ;-) #trolling
I'd like to see the PS4 get smaller... But what would it look like?
and by the Power of Greyskull
@Sitdownn - "It's like you are obsessed with the xbox one, and then wonder while the trolls show up." You're right, because you showed up. But to answer your question, both consoles are part of a new generation, and a launching at around the same time, so it's natural that there will be comparisons. The same thing happened with the PS3 and 360, and the Xbox and PS2, so don't see what is so bad about it. If you're sad that PS4 is coming off as better than the Xbone, then that's your problem, and no one else's. I'm not saying you're wrong to want to purchase an Xbone, in fact I am considering getting one late next year, but early PS3 owners got the same stick from fanboys, and there was MORE of a reason to own a PS3 at that time i.e. cheapest blu-ray player on the market, and Sony's proven track record when it comes to games.
Japanese are very crafty :P.
Sneaky, sneaky... http://i.qkme.me/3jb6.jpg
that reminded me of the south park city sushi episode "kinda like pearl harbor.... that was sneaky too"
Good engineering, graphical power and internal power supply all in that compact box is a great feat.
THE POWER ZEH CLOWDS! No wait thats the other company good engineering and design i reckon.
"TeH power of public relations gimmicks!"... Sony is bringing us quality products as usual while others depen mainly on advertising.
That's what I was asking myself since the E3 conference. Maybe someone at Sony invented the shrink ray.
They had several years of development time. Were likely thinking about it since the PS3 suffered all of it's backlash.
I think Mark Cerny is a wizard, how else would they fit it all in that tiny box?
Im my Italian voice.... "Its in there". ;-)
Must be related to Harry Potter.
Well,don't think Cerny had a say in design, because he explained that he didn't want to see the the PS4 design tell E3.
dont give cerny ALL the credit, I'm sure there was some hardworking japanese dude behind it as well.
the CPU is clocked a lot lower than on the PS3, so that helps a lot with heat aswell. Coupled with a smaller die size.
Ok, one thing I dont get, the PS4 is more powerful and has an internal PSU. On the other hand the X1 is less powerful, the size of a 80's betamax player with an external PSU. What the hell is in side the X1?
In every Xbox One is a Microsoft employee who is there to collect your money every time you turn on the system
Rocket science-level stuff.