PlayStation 4 Pro
PlayStation 4 Pro is one of the top three Gaming Consoles in the world. PlayStation 4 Pro was announced on September 7, 2016 and was launched worldwide on N November 10, 2016. it is the upgraded version of PlayStation 4 with improved hardware in order to enable 4K rendering and improved PlayStation VR performance, including an upgraded GPU with 4.2 teraflops of processing power and hardware support for checkerboard rendering, and a higher CPU clock. The PS4 Pro has the best games, and the PS4 Pro makes them look as stunning as possible.
PS4 Pro supports Remote Play, Share Play, and streaming at up to 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second, as well as capturing screenshots at 2160p, and 1080p video at 30 frames per second. check out PS4 pro
What is inside PlayStation 4 pro ?
BD/ DVD drive
PlayStation 4 Pro
Single-chip custom processor CPU : x86-64 AMD “Jaguar”, 8 cores GPU : 1.84 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon™ based graphics engine
Approx. 265×39×288 mm (width × height × length)
(excludes largest projection)
Approx. 2.1 kg
BD × 6 CAV
DVD × 8 CAV
Super-Speed USB (USB 3.1 Gen1) port × 2
AUX port × 1
Ethernet（10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T）×1 IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Bluetooth®v4.0
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
5 ºC – 35ºC
HDMI™ out port (HDR output supported
Dynamic 4K Gaming
PS4 Pro utilizes enhanced resolution techniques to increase game resolution to approach 4K.
Native 4K on Pro
PS4 Pro enables game resolution output at native 2160p resolution.
PS4 Pro HD
PS4 Pro outputs an enhanced HD resolution.
Greater Draw Distance
Improved visibility of objects further in the background with greater focus and more detail.
Images with soft features such as rounded corners and faces appear smoother and more visually realistic.
High Fidelity Assets
PS4 Pro displays imagery that is more intricate, increasing the amount of images on screen at once.
PS4 Pro enables sharper shadows with cleaner detail at a greater distance, creating depth and image context.
PS4 Pro enables more elaborate design of the images that create the detail we see in games, like dirt on clothing or rust on metal.
HDR balances the light in games, coming closer to the full spectrum of light we see with the human eye (also available on Base Model PS4).