8-16 gb of ram compared to the current PS3's "256MB XDR Main RAM, 256MB GDDR3 VRAM" is a huge difference but the current A10 models (130$) are not powerful at all. They barely compete with intels i3 series. Also the integrated GPU can't really work as the main GPU in my opinion. It needs a dedicated GPU as well.Sponsored Links
I mean the console is going to cost at least 400-450$ upon release. A BluRay player costs about 50-80$ max. Let's say the mainboard costs 100$. And an SSD HDD could cost about 120$-200$ depending on the size. This would add up to about 400-510$.
Sony always produced products which were very innovative. When I think about the first release of the PS3 that console went for 699$.
I don't really believe any of these rumors are true or even if they are true the PS4 is still in planning phase meaning Sony still didn't decide on what kind of features it will have.
The current information states that the PS4 won't provide nothing more than a more powerful multicore CPU/GPU and more memory. The PSN/SEN has also been redesigned so there's nothing new here aswell. A BluRay player which is 10 years old technology.
I had hoped we'd have holo discs by now. Though this wouldn't work because of a 256 gb HDD limitation. Ah yea the newest thing and probably the most useful feature will be USB 3.0 ports.
I hope that at least we will have the option to store games on external drives but thinking of Sony's paranoia they won't do that.
And considering the lifetime of an SSD HDD they'll have to be changed in 3 year cycles.
I wonder if in future there'll be less porting issues when consoles become smaller "gaming/entertainment only computers".
Thought it'd actually be sad if Sony would sell a desktop computer and call it a console.