Why the PS4 is now on a new platform
Posted September 20, 2018 06:17:18Sony’s PlayStation 4 is finally on a platform different from its predecessor.
It’s finally on Android, Windows and Linux, and it’s finally making its way to the Apple TV.
It’s a bold move, especially when you consider Sony’s PS4 line has had to change to accommodate new consoles like the PS3 and Xbox 360.
The PS4, in other words, is no longer the only console on which you can play games.
But the PS5 is an entirely different beast.
It also launched last year and has had significant improvements over its predecessor, but Sony has been coy about releasing more specs and a price for the PS6.
Sony is still aiming to release a PS6 Pro on September 12.
It doesn’t look like that’s going to happen, but it is still worth keeping an eye on.
The PS4 Pro features a more powerful CPU and GPU, as well as a faster GDDR5 memory, according to the Wall Street Journal.
But it also features a smaller form factor, a smaller battery, and a smaller price tag.
The big question, of course, is whether or not the PSX can be sold separately.
The only PSX in the world is the PS1, which sold for $1,299 in 1997.
That’s $300 more than the PS2, which launched in 1991.
The difference is that the PS9 launched a year later, and the PS10 came out a year earlier, so we have the PS8 vs. the PS14.
The new PSX has a smaller display, too, with a 13.3-inch panel, but you still get 1080p video playback at 30 frames per second.
That means the PS15 has a larger 1080p screen.
There’s also a built-in stylus, but that’s a stylus you can attach to your TV, not the gamepad.
The PlayStation X is the only PS5 that has 4K support.
It has a 3,840×1,080-pixel resolution, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 SoC.
It is also equipped with a 32GB internal storage.
The Sony PSX, on the other hand, is powered only by a 1,800×1 of RAM, and you get 512GB of internal storage, so you have about 8GB of RAM.
Sony says that you get 1.2TB of internal memory, which you will get in the PS20, PS30 and PS40 models.
The original PSX also had a 256GB internal memory.
We don’t have the final pricing for the PlayStation X, but if you’re going to pick one up, we recommend picking one up now.
The Xbox One is the last console to support both Xbox 360 and Xbox One games, so that’s the PS12 model.
The Xbox One has an impressive specs list, including an Adreno 530 GPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 1TB hard drive, and 8GB or 16GB storage.
The console ships in November for $499.
We know that Sony is going to announce the PS30 at E3 2018, but there’s no date yet for when that’ll be.
You can check out our PlayStation X vs. Xbox One vs. PSX vs. X vs PSX comparison video, if you want to see how these consoles stack up.