Sony Unveils the Playstation 4 Pro (PS4 Pro) And A Slimmer And Lighter PS4

Sony Interactive Entertainment Hong Kong Limited  Singapore Branch (SIES) today announced the introduction of PlayStation 4 Pro (PS4 Pro) (CUH-7000 series) computer entertainment system, which delivers enhanced experiences through improved image processing capability and support for 4K quality images.

PS4 Pro will be available on 10th November 2016 in Singapore at a suggested retail price (SRP) of SGD599.  This marks the first time ever in the history of PlayStation that a higher-end system will be introduced in the middle of the platform’s lifecycle. PS4 Pro will complement the standard PS4, including the slimmer and lighter model also announced today.

By boosting the performance and capability of the system architecture including the CPU and GPU, PS4 Pro will allow games to deliver graphics with far more detail and unprecedented visual precision. Users with 4K TVs will be able to enjoy all PS4 titles in higher quality, such as 4K quality resolution and faster or more stable frame rates. In addition, PS4 Pro supports 4K video playback to deliver 4K streaming video services such as Netflix and YouTube.

HDTV owners will also be able to enjoy the enhanced gameplay experiences on PS4 Pro, as the system delivers 1080p resolution for all PS4 games and higher or more stable frame rates for some supported titles.

Furthermore, all PS4 systems including PS4 Pro will support HDR imaging technology, which enables the reproduction of brightness and darkness while realizing a much wider range of colors. Users who own an HDR-compatible TV will be able to enjoy supported games and other entertainment content with visuals that are more realistic, strikingly vivid and truer to the way the human eye sees the real world.

The new PS4 Pro will feature 4K and HDR compatibility
The new PS4 Pro will feature 4K and HDR compatibility

“Today marks an exciting new milestone for PlayStation as we unveiled the high-end PS4 Pro in the midst of the console lifecycle, catering to gamers who are looking for a heightened PS4 experience,” said Andrew House, President and Global CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment. “By accelerating the innovation cadence at PlayStation, we’re introducing choice in the marketplace, enabling gamers to choose the PS4 model that meets their needs. Ultimately, with titles that leverage the potential of PS4 Pro – plus PlayStation VR launching soon – all PS4 owners continue to benefit from having the best place to play.”

The form factor of the new system inherits the slanted body design of the previous models and the body design consists of three layers of blocks, symbolizing the powerful presence of the PS4 Pro and its solid feel, with mirror finished PlayStation family mark emblazoned at the center of its top surface. PS4 Pro also comes with an additional USB port in the rear in addition to two USB ports in the front for connecting additional devices including the PlayStationVR virtual reality system. The PS4 Pro will house a 1TB to accommodate more games, demos, download contents and favorite gameplay videos.

Introducing a slimmer and lighter PS4
Introducing a slimmer and lighter PS4 that 30% smaller than the current

Every PS4 game title, including those already available and those launching in the future, will run on all PS4 including PS4 Pro. All the PS4 systems will also employ the same user interface and share the same online community for multiplayer gaming and network services.

The PlayStation 4 Pro (1TB) will be available from 10 November 2016 at SGD 599. The slimmer and lighter PlayStation 4 will be available from 17 Sept 2016 at SGD 449 (500Gb) and SGD 499 (1 TB).

New PlayStation peripherals will also include the following: 

  • DualShock 4 Controller at SGD 69.90, available from 17th September 2016,
  • PlayStation Camera at SGD 79, available from September 2016
  • Vertical Stand at SGD 36.90, available from 17th September 2016
  • Headset at SGD 219 available this holiday season
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