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About the product
- The official release date for the PlayStation 4 is November 15, 2013. Confirmed orders will arrive at your shipping address based on the shipping speed selected.
- PS4 enables the greatest game developers in the world to unlock their creativity and push the boundaries of play through a platform that is tuned specifically to their needs
- Engage in endless personal challenges between you and your community, and share your epic moments for the world to see
- Gamers can share their epic triumphs by hitting the "SHARE button" on the controller, scan through the last few minutes of gameplay, tag it and return to the game; With PS Vita, gamers will be able to seamlessly play PS4 games on the beautiful 5-inch display over Wi-Fi in a local environment
- The customer will receive the China Rising Expansion Pack with his order. Code and instructions for accessing the expansion pack will be included in the product packaging.
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Official PS4 specifications:
Single-chip custom processor
CPU: x86-64 AMD 'Jaguar' 8 cores
GPU: 1.84 TFLOPS, AMD next-generation Radeon™ based graphics engine
Hard Disk Drive:
Optical Drive (read only):
I/O and communication:
Super-Speed USB (USB 3.0)
Ethernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T)
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth® 2.1 (EDR)
Digital Output (optical)
From the Manufacturer
The Best Place to Play
PlayStation 4 is the best place to play with dynamic, connected gaming, powerful graphics and speed, intelligent personalization, deeply integrated social capabilities, and innovative second-screen features. Combining unparalleled content, immersive gaming experiences, all of your favorite digital entertainment apps, and PlayStation exclusives, PS4 centers on gamers, enabling them to play when, where and how they want. PS4 enables the greatest game developers in the world to unlock their creativity and push the boundaries of play through a system that is tuned specifically to their needs.
What's in the Box
- PlayStation 4 System (Jet Black)
- DUALSHOCK 4 Wireless Controller
- HDMI Cable
- Power Cable
- Wired Mono Headset
- USB Charging Cable
- Battlefield 4 PS4 Game
- PS Plus code will be emailed within two days after shipment
Gamer Focused, Developer Inspired
The PS4 system focuses on the gamer, ensuring that the very best games and the most immersive experiences are possible on the platform. The PS4 system enables the greatest game developers in the world to unlock their creativity and push the boundaries of play through a system that is tuned specifically to their needs. The PS4 system is centered around a powerful custom chip that contains eight x86-64 cores and a state of the art 1.84 TFLOPS graphics processor with 8 GB of ultra-fast GDDR5 unified system memory, easing game creation and increasing the richness of content achievable on the platform. The end result is new games with rich, high-fidelity graphics and deeply immersive experiences.
Personalized, Curated Content
The PS4 system has the ability to learn about your preferences. It will learn your likes and dislikes, allowing you to discover content pre-loaded and ready to go on your console in your favorite game genres or by your favorite creators. Players also can look over game-related information shared by friends, view friends’ gameplay with ease, or obtain information about recommended content, including games, TV shows and movies.
New DUALSHOCK Controller
DUALSHOCK 4 features new innovations to deliver more immersive gaming experiences, including a highly sensitive six-axis sensor as well as a touch pad located on the top of the controller, which offers gamers completely new ways to play and interact with games.
Shared Game Experiences
Engage in endless personal challenges with your community and share your epic triumphs with the press of a button. Simply hit the SHARE button on the controller, scan through the last few minutes of gameplay, tag it and return to the game—the video uploads as you play. The PS4 system also enhances social spectating by enabling you to broadcast your gameplay in real-time.
Remote Play on the PS4 system fully unlocks the PlayStation Vita system’s potential, making it the ultimate companion device. With the PS Vita system, gamers will be able to seamlessly play a range of PS4 titles on the beautiful 5-inch display over Wi-Fi access points in a local area network.
The PlayStation App will enable iPhone, iPad, and Android-based smartphones and tablets to become second screens for the PS4 system. Once installed on these devices, players can view in-game items, purchase PS4 games and download them directly to the console at home, or remotely watch the gameplay of other gamers playing on their devices.
Built to bring games and gamers together and fuel the next generation of gaming, PlayStation Plus helps you discover a world of exceptional gaming experiences. PlayStation Plus is a membership service that takes your gaming experience to the next level. Each month members receive an Instant Game Collection of top rated blockbuster and innovative Indie games, which they can download direct to their console.
PlayStation Plus gives you exclusive access to a diverse range of immersive online multiplayer experiences to suit all players' tastes, from Killzone Shadow Fall to DriveClub, Watch_Dogs and Destiny. Play and chat with your friends and a community of like-minded gamers from all over the world who love the same games as you do.
One payment gives you access to PlayStation Plus on your PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita systems, so current members on PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Vita can carry their subscription over to PS4 or use it across all their systems at no additional cost.
Top customer reviews
When the next-gen consoles made their rounds I took an analytical approach to analyzing hardware, network capabilities, and price. I wanted the best machine for my value, especially as this will likely be my last console purchase for either a very long time, or even ever. With this consideration in mind, you have to make your decision with the capabilities of the console not now, but 5 or 10 years from now at the forefront. Games for the 360 and PS3 are currently hitting the hardware wall and pushing the limits of what the (now old) hardware is capable of. No longer are developers trying to create games to maximize the consoles potential, but are cutting corners, and paring down features, textures, and whatever else is deemed extra or not necessary in order to fit a game into the limits of the boxes capability.
When we reach that point again (which we will in no time), which console will fare better? Which console will have to cut more? Which console will deliver the richest experience when that hardware wall is once again hit? That console is the PS4. And that console is being offered $100 cheaper than the XB1. Better hardware at a better value. And a better gaming experience when we reach the eventual hardware wall.
Another important consideration was the design approach taken to both consoles. One was designed to be a media player first, and a gaming system second. The other was designed as a gaming system first, media system second. This particular point is really a matter of preference. I personally already have all the media devices I need. I have a smart wireless TV, a smart wireless DVD, and a computer with all the media tools I'd ever need. I didn't want nor need another media system. I didn't like the fact that Microsoft finally took Windows Media Player 11/12/13/1 out of the PC, put it into a console, and tried to sell it to me as a gaming system. I like that my PS4 plays netflix (a feature I use regularly) but I prefer it to Play Games First. This also means that the bloatware that we call the Windows Operating system is now running Microsoft's gaming system. More resources dedicated to switching your content, making skype calls, and monitoring your living room (for advertising purposes) means less resources available for your games. This is not going to make a big difference now, but this difference will be glaringly apparent when developers are squeezing every last ounce of processing power for future titles.
And finally we must consider network quality. Sony has had a notoriously poor reputation in regards to their network quality in the past. This was when it was free. It boggles my mind how many people can find the time and energy to complain about something that has been given to them for free. You get what you pay for. And previously you paid nothing. Now Sony has purchased all the server power, hardware, and brains of Gakai. A company formerly famed for streaming console and PC games at high quality over the internet has now been added to Sony's already considerable media power. This now puts Sony's network power almost on par with Microsofts. And now with a paid service, customers can complain about quality. When you can complain about quality, you can demand your money back. You can enforce standards and influence change with the buying power of your wallet. This always makes a difference. And so far the network quality has been great. I've been playing mostly BF4 and watching netflix. Netflix is flawless. BF4 has issues at times. BF4 is hosted by Dice though and has nothing to do with Sony's servers. The power of the cloud that Microsoft brags about is only useful for creating algorithms based on your friends gameplay (for you to race against or whatever), for in-game AI and global events, and for capturing terabytes upon terabytes of living room data for the viewing pleasure of the NSA or whatever tin-foil-hat type organization suits your fancy. The power of the cloud cannot be leveraged against real-time events commonly seen in first person shooters when players are shooting at each other (which is my generally preferred method of explosion time).
After Microsoft's PR disaster with their anti-consumer, pro-corporation policies with the XB1, I have switched to Playstation and I am happy I did. But what it really boils down to is this, better hardware, better price, and the best console to have when we have reached the limits of the hardware.
The PLAYSTATION 4 is a marvelous tech gadget. Add the camera, and there is alot of fun to be had. Once there are several games available for the PS4, it will come into it's own and I will never believe anybody will say anything wrong with the actual PLAYSTATION system, BUT, I say this having downloaded all the patches, I recommend that you hook it up to the internet and download the patches to fix minor issues at launch.