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No version of the PS4(Original, Slim or Pro) have the ability to play 4K Blu-rays. All versions DO support standard Blu-ray Discs and DVDs.
FYI: 4K Blu-rays come in a black box that say “UHD 4K Blu-ray” on top while standard Blu-rays come in a blue box that just say “Blu-ray Disc” on top.

David J
· December 7, 2017
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Yes it comes with 1 controller, power and hdmi cables. Plus ear bud.
JoeyPete
· May 9, 2017
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You can use the PS4 without the internet for a few minutes. After a while, it will not let you do anything until you connect, because the Sony people don't want you to play without their knowledge and without the latest firmware. I got rid of my system because of this. I'm back on the PS-2 system, where there are no up… see more You can use the PS4 without the internet for a few minutes. After a while, it will not let you do anything until you connect, because the Sony people don't want you to play without their knowledge and without the latest firmware. I got rid of my system because of this. I'm back on the PS-2 system, where there are no updates of any kind needed, either the system or the games. With the PS4, it's a nightmare right out of the box. That's the way Sony and Microsoft (Xbox) wants it now--they want you hooked into the grid. Right out of the box, your PS4 is outdated and the messages will keep bugging you to update until it won't let you play any more until you do. And that sucks so bad, I was so mad when I figured the whole thing out now. Then the Sony people want you to create an account and set up a payment where they will have their hooks into your bank account, and that is really going to far. see less You can use the PS4 without the internet for a few minutes. After a while, it will not let you do anything until you connect, because the Sony people don't want you to play without their knowledge and without the latest firmware. I got rid of my system because of this. I'm back on the PS-2 system, where there are no updates of any kind needed, either the system or the games. With the PS4, it's a nightmare right out of the box. That's the way Sony and Microsoft (Xbox) wants it now--they want you hooked into the grid. Right out of the box, your PS4 is outdated and the messages will keep bugging you to update until it won't let you play any more until you do. And that sucks so bad, I was so mad when I figured the whole thing out now. Then the Sony people want you to create an account and set up a payment where they will have their hooks into your bank account, and that is really going to far.
Matthew McGinley (real name™)
· November 24, 2019
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Yes
Amazon Customer
· October 6, 2017
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The capacity is obvious 1000gb(excluding operating system). If you mean it's physical size, it's should be a 2.5" hard drive.
MUYU Z.
· July 14, 2017
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Yes, but you will need an Ethernet cable to connect both PlayStations for file transfer.
Amazon Customer
· July 25, 2017
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I never heard about this and havent had this problem since i got it about 1yr ago. The most i played in one session was like 3 hrs. no shutdown and no overheating at all
Jose Luis Sepulveda
· October 9, 2018
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Yes. There is a USB cable that connects the controller to the console to charge it.
Lee Walker
· March 12, 2018
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Yes.
Mindie Gilliland
· December 31, 2017
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Its supports the entire range 100V - 220V.
The actual plug is American style, but if you have a small plug adapter, you can plug it into 220V (I tried, I'm not making this up). You don't need a transformer.
By the way, I couldn't find anywhere on the device or box any mention of the voltage, so plugging it into 220V … see more
Its supports the entire range 100V - 220V.
The actual plug is American style, but if you have a small plug adapter, you can plug it into 220V (I tried, I'm not making this up). You don't need a transformer.
By the way, I couldn't find anywhere on the device or box any mention of the voltage, so plugging it into 220V was scary, but I found plenty of sources on the Internet which claimed it supports the entire voltage range. And evidently, it does :-) see less
Its supports the entire range 100V - 220V.
The actual plug is American style, but if you have a small plug adapter, you can plug it into 220V (I tried, I'm not making this up). You don't need a transformer.
By the way, I couldn't find anywhere on the device or box any mention of the voltage, so plugging it into 220V was scary, but I found plenty of sources on the Internet which claimed it supports the entire voltage range. And evidently, it does :-)

Nadav Har'El
· November 29, 2017