The tech giant is almost completely ending production of the PlayStation 4 in Japan. The only version of the console to continue production will be the 500GB PlayStation 4 Slim.
PlayStation 4 Pro is completely discontinued. Sony argues such a move with a desire to use all the forces on the production of the PlayStation 5. Since the release of the console, gamers have faced a huge shortage of devices, which is still observed.
If you go to the Japanese Sony website, then on the official page displayed PS4 Slim version only. But why didn’t the manufacturer leave the Pro version? This is most likely due to the fact that the Slim version remains the more popular console and has a lower price tag.
By the way, the same can be said about the Xbox One. Microsoft announced the same move a few months before the release of the Xbox Series X / S in July 2020. If such a move will indeed increase the number of consoles being produced, then this move might be considered reasonable.
A source: gamewatch
The cyberpunk we deserve? Twitter users were enthusiastic about the announcement of Elon Musk’s robot “Catwoman”
Today, Elon Musk presented a prototype of the Optimus robot – it already walks and sends air hearts to everyone. And after the official part of the event, the head of Tesla wrote the following verbatim on Twitter: “Of course, there will be a Catwoman version of our robot Optimus“.
An interesting statement was received with enthusiasm – the message received over 60 thousand likes, despite the fact that this is just a one-line announcement. Twitter users joke that through the efforts of Tesla, single men will finally be able to get a robot girlfriend.
When the robo-version of Catwoman will appear, it is not reported. Actually, Optimus itself is not yet ready: during the announcement, Musk noted that “there is still a lot of work to be done to improve Optimus and test it“. According to his forecasts, the robot will be perfect in 5-10 years. “I think Optimus will be incredible in five or 10 years, mind blowing“, – he said.
The robot will use Tesla-designed components, including a battery that sits on its torso, a chip system, and actuators to control its limbs. At the same time, the autopilot system, which is used on Tesla electric vehicles, will be installed in it. According to Musk, Optimus will cost “probably less than 20 thousand dollars“. Let’s hope the company doesn’t jack up the price of the Catwoman robot.
Razer Edge 5G Unveiled, First 5G Gaming Console
U.S. carrier Verizon announced today at Mobile World Congress in Las Vegas that they will be partnering with Razer and Qualcomm to launch the Razer Edge 5G, the world’s first 5G gaming console.
The Razer Edge 5G handheld console will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 SoC and will run Android.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 gaming platform launched in December 2021 is powered by Adreno GPU. It supports game playback at 144 frames per second with native support for 10-bit HDR. In addition, the platform offers both 5G and WiFi 6E connectivity thanks to the FastConnect 6900 system.
Late last year, Qualcomm and Razer released a developer kit to showcase the capabilities of the Qualcomm Snapdragon G3X Gen 1. The device featured a 6.65-inch 120Hz OLED display, four speakers, and controls. It was also equipped with a 5 megapixel webcam on the front and a 6000 mAh battery.
A full presentation of the device is expected on October 15, 2022.
Not long to wait: consoles Aya Neo 2 and Aya Neo Geek will be released in December
Chinese handheld game console manufacturer Aya Neo has announced that the first models based on the AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor and Radeon 680M graphics will go on sale in December.
Two models are expected to be released at once: Aya Neo 2 and Aya Neo Geek. The first version will receive 16/32 GB of RAM and from 512 GB to 2 TB of permanent memory. In all cases, there will be 7-inch 1200p screens. Declared support for Windows 11 and Aya Neo OS based on Linux. Prices start at $949 for pre-orders. Retail prices start at $999. The maximum price for pre-order will be $1199, retail – $1499.
The second Geek model is positioned as more affordable. It has the same processor, but the most basic version will get an 800p screen. It will have 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. The maximum version with a 1200p screen, 32 GB of RAM and 2 TB of permanent storage will cost $1149/$1369.
Both devices have fingerprint sensors, gyroscopes, vibration motors and analog sticks. However, the more premium Neo 2 line has LPDDR5-6400 RAM and PCIe 4.0 drives, while the Geek has PCIe 3.0. But support for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 is available for all versions. Separately, we note that all models are equipped with 3.5 mm connectors, as well as high-speed USB4 ports with support for external graphics cards.
Also previously reported about the imminent release of the OneXfly console from One Netbook.
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