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PS4 Pro /PS4K Official Release Date - Countdown, Price, Specs, Ordering Info

PS4.5 Release Date

The PS4 Pro ( previously codenamed "NEO") is official and an upcoming console with a release date of November 10th, 2016 (The PS4 Slim on Sept 16, 2016). This new version of the PS4 is going to have better hardware and thus provide support for 4K gaming, better graphics, improved frame rates, and enhanced PlayStation VR experiences.

The system has been confirmed by PlayStation CEO Andrew House, and was officially unveiled at The PlayStation Meeting in September 2016.

PS4 Pro Specs

PS4.5 Specs

The PS4.5 is set to have a more powerful CPU, GPU, and faster RAM. Join us as we look at how these new specs stack up with the original PS4, and how they will affect the way we play games on the PlayStation 4.5 code named NEO.

Primarily, this new hardware will empower the PS4.5 to play games at an upscaled 4K UHD resolution, but the increased power will also allow for better graphical fidelity and higher frame rates.

How Much Will The PS4 Pro Cost?

PS4 Pro Price

PlayStation's CEO, Andrew House, has confirmed that the PS4 Pro is real, but we still don't know how much it costs. He did confirm that it would be more than the current price of the PS4, which is $350. More power, better performance, 4K? Yes, yes, and more yes, but I already own a PS4, so what’s the plan? Many rumors are pointing to the PS4 Pro being priced at $399. Read below to find out more exactly what we think Sony should do.

Rumors have been going back and forth on price thus far, but today we’ll look at what is being said, and what we think Sony will do to make everyone happy.

Understanding the PS4 Pro

There seems to be a lot of half truths floating the internet and social media regarding the PS4 Pro. Perhaps the only consistent truth is that the console doesn't come with a 4K Blu-Ray Drive. That being said, I’m going to go down the line here and explain what the PS4 Pro has to offer to gamers that use a 1080p and or 4k HDR ready tv.

PS4 Pro Understanding

Microsoft Says Scorpio Will ‘Obviously’ Be More Powerful Than PS4 Pro

After the announcement of PS4 Pro, Microsoft wasted no time firing off some shots via the internet and interviews. Sony hasn’t been too kind either, so it looks like these mid-generation consoles are going to throw some fuel on the console war fire whether we like it or not.

Join me today as we look at the flaming artillery being shot across the vast gulfs of the internet. This should be fun!

PS4 Slimmer!

As we already knew before, the PS4 Slim is an actual console slated to be released on September 15th, 2016. A few weeks back, the PS4 Slim was introduced to the world through online auction sites as several of the consoles were apparently stolen from a manufacturing company in Europe.

Top 5 PS4 Keyboards in 2016

PS4 Keyboards

Gaming has evolved over the years, and not just the games and the graphics and so on, but more importantly the way we play them. We started with Keyboards, then we added mice, and then came consoles with their controllers. Nowadays you can flap your arms around in front of a spy camera, whoops, meant to say Kinect there, and play your games that way. Here's is our top five picks for wired and wireless keyboards, updated regularly.

Top 5 PS4 Headsets - 2016

PS4 HeadsetsWhile the PS4 proudly announced it featured a 3.5mm headphone jack in all of its controllers, not all headsets came PS4 prepared upon launch. Yet, never fear, as we are here to help! Here are five of the top-performing headphones to use with your new PS4.

We asked two of our authors to independently list their picks for the top 5 PS4 headsets. Below is a review by both authors of their top picks.

I know I’ve said this before in a previous article, but I feel the need to bring it up again. I don’t like talking on the phone. As I said before, not sure why, just not a fan of it. The same applies to talking with random strangers online. With the dawn of Xbox Live all those years ago, people got on a Halo and figured out that they could say whatever they wanted and the worst that could happen is that someone reports them. All that pent up rage, all that trash talk that never got taken to the curb, all of it was about to be unleashed. And just like that, in one fell swoop, the online gaming sphere found a whole new breed of jerks (for lack of a more pertinent word).