Sony’s “PlayStation Neo,” the company’s 4K- and HDR-ready companion console, now has an official name: the PlayStation 4 Pro.
At a press conference in New York on Wednesday, Sony highlighted how the console could fully take advantage of 4K televisions by showing highly detailed scenes, all rendered in game engines.
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PlayStation 4 Lead Architect Mark Cerny said the PS4 Pro wold have an upgraded CPU and boosted clock rate, though he did not give specific numbers.
Sony announced the console (previously codenamed “Neo”) just before E3 of this year, months after its existence was widely reported by gaming site Kotaku, sourced from a Financial Times interview. There, Sony Interactive Entertainment President and CEO Andrew House confirmed the Pro’s existence. While the article was light on the technical specs, even then Sony was clear to paint the console as a companion to the regular PS4, not its replacement. Read more…More about Playstation, Sony, Plsystation Neo, Entertainment, and Gaming
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