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    Video close up of PS4

    Not sure if this was ever posted or not, the video seems to be from e3 but it's the first I've seen of it.


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    That PS4 is quite small. Just think what the slim version of that will be like. LOL

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    it looks great and it won't take much space, which is always a good thing. Hopefully heating dissipation won't be an issue.

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    Looks bigger than I first thought. Still looks nice though.

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    Best looking console next gen for sure. Thankfully no power brick either.
    Last edited by mistercrow; 08-08-2013 at 19:10.

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    Most Beautiful and most powerful next Gen console! Can't wait to stand it next to My TV

    Video has been posted tho

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    Last edited by YoungMullah88; 08-08-2013 at 19:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungMullah88 View Post
    Most Beautiful and most powerful next Gen console! Can't wait to stand it next to My TV Sent from my SGH-T889 using Tapatalk
    Agreed. +rep

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    Looks purrdy. I can't believe it's smaller than the PS3 Slim.
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    The PS4 looks great. I like the size of it and the design is something different.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PBM View Post
    Looks purrdy. I can't believe it's smaller than the PS3 Slim.
    Yeah I noticed that too.

    When it was first revealed I thought it was as big/bigger than the original shiny 60gb phat. But wow. How'd they pack it all in there?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by admartian View Post
    Yeah I noticed that too.

    When it was first revealed I thought it was as big/bigger than the original shiny 60gb phat. But wow. How'd they pack it all in there?!?
    Several factors - Slimmer BD Drive because the technology has matured, Simplified thermal solution w/ only one hot processor (APU) vs two (CPU & GPU.) The PS3's CPU + GPU required a heat spreading solution up to the single heatsink and consumed a lot of space. Power reduction (compared to launch PS3.) Packaging design. While the Curved top provided for some Curve appeal it also added to overall height of the device that could have been design away w/ alteration to the thermal solution on the PS3.

    I'm sure when we get teardown pics of the PS3 it will have a highly optimized use of space. While the pictures of the XB1 show one in which the interior has a ton of open space that could have been much better utilized and easily could have integrated in a power brick if they wanted to.



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    That's the great thing about APU's, they take up a lot less room in everything from PC's to Consoles. While for the PC's the APU's are far from awesome when competing against GPU's and CPU's by themselves. But the more AMD pushes this technology the better it will become and the faster it will catch up or at least get to the point where even PC builders will stick an APU in their PC for gaming.

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    Just a question...but will the new ps eye be able to plug into that auxilary port?? I always hate losing a front port or uglying up the device with a cord stretching around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davin_g View Post
    Just a question...but will the new ps eye be able to plug into that auxilary port?? I always hate losing a front port or uglying up the device with a cord stretching around.
    Yes, the Aux port is a unique port (not a USB port though it looks similar - it has more contacts for data) and will only work with the Camera (and Camera will only work with it.)



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