-Fully tested and comes with 7 Days guarantee
-May not include original box
-Includes all working cables
-Includes working controller
Sony is well known for their highly successful gaming consoles, like the PlayStation 1, 2 and 3. Each console has been a definitive leap forward in terms of gaming technology and graphics. The PlayStation 3 or the PS3 as it is more commonly known has been more successful than its predecessors thanks to the wide range of games available for it. The upcoming PS4 release is perhaps the most anticipated of all releases a gaming console has ever had.
You have the choice of USB 3.0 connections for controllers and accessories or you can go in for the HDMI connection that is necessary to connect the functional console to the display output, like an HD enabled Television. The PlayStation 4 is well on the way to becoming one of the most popular new releases in terms of gaming equipment and peripherals.
You can easily Buy the PS4 online after its release later this year. Connecting to the internet is simple enough, with an Ethernet port allowing seamless internet connectivity. You also get a Bluetooth Connection which will help in pairing compatible accessories with it. The console also supports Wireless Connectivity for easy access.
The PlayStation IV comes with a hefty 500 GB Internal Hard Drive. This massive Drive is more than sufficient for storing all your online games and offline game saves. The more space available to the user, the more game saves and online copies can be stored in it.
Graphics and Processing
The PS4 is slated to come with a powerful and efficient Single Chip Custom Processor, mainly the Low Power x86 – 64 AMD Jaguar. You also have an 8 Core CPU. The GPU comes with a 1.84 TFlops clock speed. That is one of the fastest GPUs available for consoles thus far. The Next Generation Radeon Based Graphics Engine will help in rendering the newer games in far greater detail and clarity. You also get a GDDR5 8 GB Memory which will help in improving memory based functions like quick interface options and processing supported by RAM and a host of other features.