A closer look at the PlayStation 4

Sony revealed the hardware design for the PlayStation 4 at E3, but the console remained under glass until last night's PlayStation Holiday Preview event. While there might be some minor changes or tweaks before the official launch, getting to see and touch Sony's new console gives a much better sense of the final product.

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Christopher1772d ago

Meh. Absolutely nothing new here and... damn that was a fast video.

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live2play1773d ago

Yup looks good I personally like the exterior.
I'm definitely gonna pick one up when it drops in price

it can also play 3d movies right?
I want to get rid of my Samsung 3d play. Its sooo slow

Marked1772d ago


I think you are having trouble understanding how frame rate and refresh rates are relevant to rendering a 3d image. The PS3 does 3d but the tv must be able to recieve each 60hz frame(60 hz being max refresh rate of 60 fps) hence why 3d tvs are 120hz but, not able to run at 120 fps. It is merely to smooth (motion plus) or render frames for 3d.

GraveLord1772d ago

I think it looks more better than the Xbox One!

MrKingofVideoGames1773d ago

I am too impatient to sit through an ad...

Software_Lover1773d ago

That was it. Man this video was short and the shots were moving so fast.

PositiveEmotions1773d ago

Yes we already seen tons of videos idc about them anymore i just want to hold the console myself and use it and play games and whatnot

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