Sony PS4 Slim review – The new standard PlayStation 4 console, casually known as the PS4 Slim, is the best version of its ilk. But with the more powerful PS4 Pro available in stores offering 4K and HDR gaming and Xbox Scorpio out this year, is it worth a purchase?
After selling over 40 million consoles, Sony is refreshing the PlayStation 4. That starts with the PlayStation 4 Slim, available now for $299, along with the Pl...
Sony PlayStation 4 500GB: The PS4 Slim is the same fantastic console you already know and love, albeit in a much neater box
The lack of an optical port hurts but overall, the revised PlayStation 4 gets the job done with minor improvements.
The PS4 has received a traditional console slim-down, but is it enough to compete with the Xbox One S?
Smaller, sleeker design. Supports the full PS4 game library, including PS VR. 1 TB hard drive. The slimmer, redesigned PlayStation 4 Slim has all of the features of the original, with a lower price and twice the storage capacity.
Skinny, cheap and still as powerful.
The PS4 Slim is a deja vu game console: great for gamers on a budget, not quite as good as the PS4 Pro and skippable for any existing PlayStation 4 owner.
So while the latest iteration of the PS4 is a great console – and very well timed considering PlayStation VR is just around the corner too – we wonder
The PS4 has got a makeover. But is slimmer better?
With an upgraded PS4 Pro only two months away, why would you buy a PS4 slim? “Its solid and the rounded edges are tactile – much more welcoming than the sharp corners of the launch model. The singular shiny PS logo is the only flamboyance on an ot…
The Sony PlayStation 4 Slim is a sleek and budget-friendly video game console with access to a large gaming library and multimedia apps. Read more here.
Aside from the lack of an optical out, you won't miss the original PS4.