Review of PS4 Pro

Sony’s famous flagship gaming console the PlayStation has been popular throughout the years. The first ever PlayStation was launched by Sony in 1994. A series of consoles followed with the PlayStation 2 and 3. The most advanced and powerful PlayStation, the PS4 was launched in 2014 and had dominated the gaming and console market ever since. Recently Sony released an updated version of the PS4 called the PS4 Pro. In this article we shall review the PS4 Pro in detail.

An interesting update

The PlayStation 4 Pro is an update to the previous PlayStation 4. The new console is pretty much same to the PS4 except that it supports 4k video output and HDR. The PS4 Pro also has an updated graphics card. The specs of the PlayStation 4 Pro are
• Jaguar X86-64 AMD processor with 8 cores
• AMD Radeon 4.20 Teraflops graphics engine with 8Gb DDR5 memory
• 1 Tb storage capacity
• Supports 4k and HDR

PS4 Pro

This new Ps4 Pro allows you to play games seamlessly with an 8 core processor which is fast enough for any current modern games. The graphics card by AMD renders beautiful images and keeps the frame rate pretty stable. You get to play games in 4k resolutions and it supports HDR in certain games only. Of course, to fully utilize the PS4 Pro you would be needing a 4k TV, but it is faster than its predecessor the PS4. The 1 tb storage capacity allows you to store a wide number of games and media on your PS4 Pro. It offers you integration with the PS VR headset and also has functionalities for the PlayStation camera.

Final thoughts

If you already have a PS4 then there is pretty much no need for you to buy a PS4 Pro unless you want to start playing games in 4k. However, the Pro may be a suitable console for first time console users and people switching from the Xbox. Also, people have reported better frame rates with the PS4 Pro than the PS4 under the same settings. Overall, it is a truly powerful console for the future of gaming. If you are interested in knowing more about the PS4 then visit ps4onfinance.co.uk.