The PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro

The PlayStation 4 is the latest home video game console from Sony. It’s also the fastest selling PlayStation product in history. Since its launch, it has sold over 30 million units.

PS4 uses AMD Jaguar CPU and 8GB of GDDR5 RAM. In addition, it supports Share Play, meaning two players can play the same game at the same time.

PS4 Pro is a more powerful version of the PS4. Its HDMI 2.0 port lets you output 4K content. But it is also much larger. There are three layers in the sandwich design, making it look more like a double-stuffed Oreo cookie.

As a result, the PS4 Pro can be more expensive than the original. Despite its higher price, it offers better graphics, more RAM and a wider range of games. However, the PS4 Pro lacks support for UHD Blu-ray.

Aside from the extra layer, the PS4 Pro also looks a bit more interesting than the Xbox One. For starters, it has a more rounded profile and uses a quad-core processor.

Also, it has a heftier controller. The DualShock 4 features matte gray D-Pad buttons, an integrated touchpad and a raised texture on its back.

It also has a small LED strip on its touchpad. You can use Remote Play to control the system and play games from your smartphone or tablet.

If you are considering a PS4 Pro, you will need a 4K TV. If you are going to play online, you will need a subscription to the PlayStation network.