Playstation 4 (PS4) Release Date and Insights

For gamers anticipating the release date of the Playstation 4, it is said that it is likely to be released at the end of 2012 or early 2013, however, the developers have set a tentative date in November of 2012. Those anticipating the release are not only awaiting the dual - shock controllers, but are also looking forward to the 3D gaming experience which the system is going to entail. The new Sony Playstation 4 is going to be made up of 60 % recyclable materials, making it a much more eco - friendly product than its predecessor systems in the line. It will also include an Eco - Start feature, allowing the gamer to save and resume games, without having to continually turn the system on and off.

The system has also been set to shut off after 30 minutes of no activity by the gamer, adding to the eco - friendly features that Sony is putting out. During these 30 minutes, the system is self charge automatically, via a rechargeable cell that is included in the system, which is going to conserve energy, as well as extend the life of the gaming console. The system will also include a 1.5 TB (this equals an overwhelming space of 1500 GB) hard disk drive, allowing for gamers to store several games on the system, as well as a USB 3.0 port, and HDMI connection ports, for you to connect additional peripheral devices. The Playstation 4 is also going to have full 3D support, using the 4K2K compatability, and can play 3D Blue Ray discs. It will also be capable of syncing with the Sony Ericson and Bravia cell phones. Additionally, the Sony Entertainment Network (SEN), is going to be included with the purchase of the system.

The Playstation 4 (PS4) is expected to have 32nm 8 Core Cell Processor, with 16 SPEs, as well as 22 nm Kepler. The console is also expected to have a minmum of 2 GB RAM included when it is purchased, allowing for tons of storage space for the gamer. The system will also include the "body movement based Kinect" motion sensing device, which was created by Microsoft XBox 360. Additionally, it is said that there are currently 4 games in development for the system, which are set to be released at about the same date as the Playstation 4 system will be released itself.


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