Sony celebrates the sleek design of the PS4 and more of its legendary designs with a book, an exhibition in Tokyo, and a cool video.
It certainly is Sleek.
That it is. :) Really impressed with how small the system is.
Sony sure has a way with making sleek consoles. Meanwhile Microsoft makes visuqlly unappealable consoles
The good thing about the XB1 design though is that you actually get 2 XB1s. The one you buy, and just up the power cable you get another mini XB1 aka the Power Brick. I kid I kid :)
It's funny that the Xbox One is as large as it is and on top of that it has an external Power brick!
The 360 looked better vertically Ps3 looked better horizontal
And ps4 looks better both vertically and horizontally. and imo i dont think the xb1 looks that bad
for me, the original ps3 had the most beautiful design of any console so far.
Next level of system wars. When people argue which console looks best vertically or horizontally. ;)
You clearly weren't playing games in 2006. The original PS3 is MASSIVE and the original 360 is quite sleek and sexy. Granted the 360 was too small and cooked its own guts.
The original PS3 had a piano finish and chrome that gave off a premium feel compared to 360. Best of all, no power brick with any model. It was the slicker console
@PhoenixUp Quality of aesthetics are subjective. Also piano black plastic finish doesn't make the system smaller or lighter. It was HUGE and sucked up around 600 watts of power. The 360 was much smaller and there's no getting around that.
The PS2 was anything but sleek....2 boxes placed on top of eachother
Sony DSC-RX1 and MDR-R10. Some of the best electronic products ever made.
Shame they didn't run a competition...say 5 randomly chosen PSN ID'S from each territory with the prize of a one week visit, to see this.
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