With its Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Sony has done its fair share of pioneering in gaming hardware.
Now, the company has set out to set the next standard with its latest console, the PlayStation 4.
The Playstation 4 is Sony’s first true console to offer 1080p, 60fps video playback.
It’s got a new “super-fast” graphics processing unit that has twice the speed of a CPU.
The system also has a new frame buffer system that has the same frame rate of 60fps as the Xbox One.
It also boasts new games and game-specific features like motion blur, a built-in controller, and a dedicated controller for PlayStation Move, a gaming headset that uses your arms to control the game.
The PS4 also features 4K video playback, with HDR (High Dynamic Range) support for up to 4K at 30 frames per second.
The PS4 comes with the DualShock 4 controller, which is a full-sized, 3D motion controller.
It has a tilt, swivel, and double-tap buttons, and it also has an analog stick, a double-tapped directional pad, and the D-pad.
The DualShock is compatible with all current and upcoming PS4 games.
If you’re planning on playing any of the games in the upcoming PlayStation 4’s catalog, you’ll need a DualShock.
It costs $300 and comes with an Xbox One controller, a PlayStation Move wireless controller, two games, and an HDMI cable.
For the rest of us, though, the PS4 is available in two different colors, Blue and White.
Both of these consoles come with built-ins to add a second controller, but they’re very different.
The Blue console is a standard DualShock 3 controller, while the White console has a controller for $100.
Both consoles feature a built in HDMI port, but the Blue console can also be used as a second game controller.
The PS 4 also has some special features, like an infrared remote and the ability to use it to play PS Vita games.
The PlayStation 4 has a 4K display that supports a 30-frame-per-second video stream.
It supports Dolby Vision, which can render a 60-frame view at 30fps.
It can also record 4K videos, and Sony says it can “resolve 1080p at 60fps for 4K gaming at 4K resolution.”
There’s also an HDR support, which means you can play games with a 4k-resolution monitor.
Here are some of the most popular games on the PS 4, and what to look out for: Grand Theft Auto V: PlayStation 4 Pro Edition $300 (PS4 Pro Edition includes a $100 microSD card slot and a $50 USB port for a total of $350) Dishonored: $399 (PlayStation Vita owners who own the PS3 edition of Dishonored will be able to get the PS Vita Pro Edition for $299, but you can also get the Xbox 360 version for $399.
The $100 bundle also includes a game that includes the PSN and PlayStation Plus, which allows players to download and play games from both consoles.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: PS4 $400 (Includes a controller, the ability the Dual Shock 4 to be used for motion control, and 4K content) FIFA 15 $200 (Requires a controller and a 4G LTE modem) God of War $30 (The PS Vita version of God of War has been out for more than two months, and its PlayStation 4 Pro edition is available for $200.
Both versions include a 4GB hard drive and a controller.)
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain $499 (For a limited time, PlayStation Plus members can play all five Metal Gear Solid games in a single day.) Persona 5 $99 (A PS Plus membership that includes all five Persona games is currently available for only $199.)
The Last of Us Remastered $349 (With a PS Plus subscription, you can download all five of the PS5 games and experience the entire story) Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End $59 (Only available in the U.S. and Canada.)
For a look at the games that will be available for the PS VR and PlayStation Move headsets, click here.