Is the PS4 Really the Best Gaming Console? We Review, You Choose

If Sony was trying to make a statement with the release of its PlayStation 4 console – it did a good job. Unlike most of the rhetoric and over inflated pre-game smack talk, the PS4 appears to have delivered on its claims and is the most powerful console on the market. It has seen another overhaul of its exterior and some major design modifications to its Dual Shock controller. In addition, it has expanded the memory and vastly increased the performance of its processors. These upgrades are clearly apparent and the PS4 delivers stunning HD graphics that run seamless and lightning fast.

With some nicely equipped exclusive game titles, streaming access, and multiplayer capabilities, PlayStation enthusiast will most likely greet the newest arrival with open arms. Not to mention the price for this console runs around $100 less than its ardent rival – the Xbox One. A it stands today, the PS4 has made quite an entrance.

Performance: 5.0 / 5.0

The PS4 has a single-chip processor that combines an eight core แทงบอลออนไลน์ x86-64 AMD “Jaguar” CPU with a 1.84 teraflop GPU. It’s supported with 8GB of GDDR5 RAM and has a 500GB mechanical hard drive. Sony boasts that its new hardware allows it to perform ten times better than the latter PS3. That’s quite an impressive feat.

Another nice touch is the fact that the PS4 comes with a 500GB drive. This extra space helps when downloading movies and games from the PlayStation market. If you ever feel pressed for space, don’t worry, because the hard drive can also be upgraded by do-it-yourselfers without voiding the warranty.

The HD graphics of the PS4 are stunning and the consoles responsiveness is presently unmatched. What’s even more impressive is the fact that this machine can perform at such a high end level without sounding like a jet on a runway or overheating. Not to mention, the entire power supply is encased inside the unit; as opposed to the Xbox One which still has it attached to the external power cord in attempt to save space inside the console.