Sony may release the PlayStation 4.5 this fall

Sony may release the PlayStation 4.5 this fall

Those of you waiting for the upcoming Sony PlayStation 4.5 gaming console may get it this fall, sources on the Internet claim.

According to a number of web sites the heir to the PlayStation 4 will appear in September of this year but the exact release date is unknown. The device may be unveiled at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show, which is scheduled for September 15-18. This is good news for console gamers since there was information before that the PlayStation 4.5 would only be unveiled in early 2017.

Being a new gaming console the PlayStation 4.5 will come with improved hardware inside. The console is expected to come with an AMD Polaris GPU (most likely the Ellesmere chip with 2304 stream processors inside), which will ensure a massive graphics performance increase. As a comparison the current PS4 GPU has just half of Ellesmere’s stream processors. This also means that the new PlayStation 4 console will run games at Full HD resolution and higher just fine.

Of course it is too early to say what the price of the PlayStation 4.5 will be so stay tuned for more information when it becomes available.

Source: VR-Zone.com

Related posts

Packard Bell announces two new notebooks EasyNote TR85 and EasyNote Butterfly s

Packard Bell unveiled some details on another two of their selection of notebooks.The new EasyNote Butterfly s is powerd by Intel processor,  equipped with 13.4-inch LED backlit display... HD webcam, an ATI Mobility Radeon® HD 4330 graphics card,  multi-gesture trackpad, webcam, Bluetooth...

EVGA releases GTX 780 graphics cards with more memory

EVGA releases GTX 780 graphics cards with more memory

The new NVIDIA graphics cards have been launched and quite naturally all 3D card manufacturers will be looking for ways to attract you to their new products. Things will be a little more different for EVGA this time – the company has launched GeForce GTX 780 cards with the whopping 6 GB of GDDR5...

Sony reveals world's first 16.41 Megapixel CMOS image sensors for mobile phones

Sony today unveiled the world's first 16.41 "Exmor R" back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, specially developed for mobile phones.  The new 1/2.8 back-illuminated sensor feature an industry smallest unit pixel size of 1.12μm. This breakthrough is achieved by the fine pixel fabrication...

Leave a comment