Ok, we know that you’re probably as disappointed as we were when Sony “announced” the PlayStation 4 back in February without actually seeing what the console looks like. But apparently, it was all part of the ploy in preparation for the biggest stage in gaming, E3, where they finally unveiled the PS4.
In our opinion, the unit looks like it came straight out of Transformer flick with its Piano Black body draped in matte finish and sharp edges that look like it can cut you in to pieces if you’re not careful enough. The juicy bits like USB 3.0 ports, disc drive, etc. are sandwiched between two angled slabs that are slightly askew.
The other components (HDMI out, RJ-45, AUX and Power ports) are placed on the on the back side surrounded by what seems like a bunch of vents.
There’s a purple lining that runs across the top of the PS4 which is probably meant to add a bit of twist to the otherwise cut-throat looking console. The PlayStation 4 can still be mounted vertically through the help of a detachable base.
Sony PlayStation 4 specs:
8-core x86 AMD Jaguar CPU
1.84 TFLOPS Radeon GPU
Built-in hard drive
6x Blu-Ray & 8x DVD drive
USB 3.0 & auxiliary ports
The Sony PlayStation 4 will be available in time for the holiday season and will set you back USD399 apiece.