Skewed and Reviewed has posted an opinion piece asking what Sony can do next to improve the already impressive Playstation 4.
It's already pretty awesome and incredibly powerful. But I guess there's always room for improvement.
Two words- Blast Processing.
Sounds Interesting, tell me more about this and how you would see it working.
It's pretty much the biggest revolution in processing technology. Blows the CELL out of the water.
I would love to see them add true DLNA support like they had on the PS3.
chat through remote play
That would be huge. Better chat and social options for sure.
MP3 & DLNA support Blue tooth headset support PS3 remote support Blu Ray 3D playback support
I spoke to a headset company at CES and they indicated Sony was dragging their feet on Blu Tooth to thrid parties as they want to control that tech for themselves as they said they would not have true Blu-tooth in their PS 4 sets for a while if ever.
@ Wicked... You pretty much said what I was thinking. Bubbles sir! Get to work Sony!
MP4 & AVI support would be good too.
Better online network
I forgot to include private or team chat channels. I would love to be able to have more customization about who can and cannot hear me chat
A good article. That said, I think there are more important things to consider before HDD support, 3D, voice integration and cross-platform play - things like notifications of friends signing in/out, Bluetooth headset support, MP3 & DLNA, and the features discussed at E3 (giving another player control of your game, for example). But don't misunderstand me; I do agree that the features you reference could only make the console better. Furthermore, I'm not taking a dig at the PS4. I love the console as is, and am really enjoying my time with it. I just think there are a few more pressing improvements to be made first. As for private/team chat channels, it's a neat idea, but I'm not sure it'll happen given that many gamers currently use Skype to facilitate this. My friends and I log in on our smartphones and communicate away from the PSN, and it works really well.
You have some great stuff. That is what I liked about this as everyone has offered some great ideas that I think all should be included. I forgot to include being able to upload video direct to You Tube as that would be a huge help as well.
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