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If you’re ready to step up to 4K, you won’t find a better deal than this 48" Samsung Smart TV for $500.For reference, that’s $100 less than its Black Friday pricing, and $200-$300 less than usual.
5 is "real", with prototype devices available in Sony's Research and Development labs, Digital Foundry claims to have confirmed via numerous independent sources.Its sources also seem keen to refer to the new system as PlayStation 4K, so this could be a more likely name for the console.
According to Giant Bomb, the new platform is codenamed Neo, and will offer eight AMD Jaguar CPU cores clocked at 2.This new platform would also incorporate the bandwidth-saving color compression that launched with GCN 1.
A new report found on Eurogamer has revealed the specs for the PS4K, aka the PS4.According to Eurogamer's sources, the upgraded PlayStation 4 -- which was first revealed back in March -- is internally codenamed PlayStation NEO.
The 12big Thunderbolt 3 offers up to 96TB of storage for the discriminating video editor.It has a hardware RAID controller that can handle RAID 5 and 6.
Although Sony itself has still not officially confirmed the hardware's existence, it is also claimed that the machine is codenamed 'NEO' internally.Specifically, it is claimed that the current octocore 'Jaguar' CPU will get a clock speed boost from 1.
Whether it's a software update for the PlayStation 4 or something bigger like PlayStation VR, Sony isn't afraid to give it an internal name.When PlayStation 4K rumors started circulating last month, it seemed odd that we instantly started calling it 4K as though it were the final product name.
If you want to experience 4K with the Xbox One S console, you will need to download an update first in order to do so.Some people got their Xbox One S console early in Norway and were confused as to why they couldn’t play a 4K Blu-ray of Deadpool.
Notorious gaming analyst Michael Pachter of Wedbush has some viewpoints that fans awaiting the Xbox Scorpio may not want to hear.With the console expected to release later this year, Microsoft dubbed the Xbox Scorpio the most powerful console ever made.
That’s still the case, as any update to that would require a hardware change, but it does get a bit closer with a new PS4 Pro update that enables 4K media playback via the Media Player app.The PS4 Pro update should roll out later today, with no impact for regular PS4 owners.
Microsoft’s Xbox Scorpio was revealed today in a technology breakdown by Eurogamer, in which it was confirmed that the console will in fact be able to handle 4K gaming at 60 FPS with performance to spare.Described as a custom GPU that runs at an “unprecedented clock speed,” the Xbox Scorpio’s GPU is coupled with 12GB of GDDR5 RAM and eight core CPU, per the article.