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The PS4 is not just the next big thing.
The console is bigger than ever, and it has been the most popular gaming console of 2017.
But it’s also one of the most expensive, and that can make it feel like a bit of a luxury.
The best PS4 games are all priced below $400, and the PS Plus bundle offers you access to the best PS Plus games for just $50.
That’s not bad for a console that launched at $399, and while it may seem a bit pricey, it actually represents the full PS4 price point.
This article covers what the PS 4 Pro and the new PS4 Slim look like, what it does, and what you can expect from each.
Let’s get to the bottom of that.
DesignThe PS4 looks exactly like it’s supposed to.
Its black plastic casing, the “Power” logo on the bottom and the silver disc that appears on the top, are all black and silver.
The PS 4 and PS4 Sport share the same metal back.
There are no ports or ports-like-shorts, no USB Type-C or HDMI, no built-in Wi-Fi, no Bluetooth, no NFC, no 4K Blu-ray, no PS VR support, and no 3D Touch.
Sony has made the PS Pro and PS Slim more compact than the previous generation, which meant a bit more room for accessories like earbuds.
Sony’s new design also includes a larger power button and more powerful, louder speakers, but the two smaller, slightly thinner PS4s have a similar design.
It looks good, but it doesn’t feel quite right.
The design of the PS Vita was different than its predecessor, but there are no noticeable differences here.
The new design isn’t all that different from what we’ve seen from other manufacturers, so you’ll be fine with that.
It has two USB ports, but those aren’t the same as the ones on the PS3.
Sony says that the new design includes four USB Type C ports, two USB Type A ports, one USB Type B port, two HDMI ports, and two DisplayPort.
The DualShock 4 controller is a very minor improvement over the PS Move controller, but Sony has left the power button on the DualShock 3 and DualShock 2.
You can use the Move button to activate motion controls and it also has an analog stick that can be used to tilt and zoom, but you can’t press it to play games.
Sony also said that the PS V Pro 3 is more powerful than the PS VR headset.
The PlayStation Camera is the same sensor as the PS Camera from the PS2, and Sony says it has a higher resolution and higher dynamic range than the older PlayStation Camera.
The controller and the camera are both powered by an Intel Edison GPU, which is not exactly an upgrade from the Tegra K1 chip used in the original PS4.
There’s also an extra USB Type M port and a Lightning port for charging and connecting to external devices.
The headset and the PlayStation Camera are also a bit smaller than what we saw on the original PlayStation, which isn’t a dealbreaker for most people.
The rear of the PlayStation 4 is made out of glass, which makes it easier to take out of your pocket or carry around, but we’d still rather have the camera on your face, even if it’s just to take photos.
The PS Vita, like the PS 3, has a large speaker on the back, but that’s it.
There isn’t much in the way of extra ports or accessories to be found.
The port that connects to your TV can be charged via a micro USB port, but only one cable is included.
The micro USB-powered power adapter has a red LED, which indicates whether the PS TV is connected to the PS port, and you can change this to indicate whether the USB cable is plugged in.
There is a headphone jack on the side of the console that you can use to charge headphones, but if you use it to charge your phone, it’s not working.
There doesn’t appear to be any way to use the PS Card Reader as a storage device.
The gamepad is a traditional analog stick, but this one has a touchpad instead.
You have a PS button, and a PS-style left and right analog stick.
You also have a PlayStation button, a PlayStation Camera button, PlayStation Move button, the PlayStation VR button, an HDMI port, an Ethernet port, a USB port (to charge external devices), and a MicroSD card slot.
There was also a PlayStation 3 analogue stick, a DualShock 1 analogue stick with an analog joystick, and an Xbox 360 analogue stick.
The left analogue stick is for playing music, and there is an analogue trigger for opening the volume slider.
There seems to be a lot of noise coming from the right analogue stick on the new controller.
The back of the controller features a small LED that indicates if the PS camera is connected