Sony PS4 Retail Console Passes Through FCC, Details Available
Following up on Sony's PS4 Dev Kit FCC filing, today the Retail PlayStation 4 counterpart has also passed through the FCC with details below.
From Engadget (linked above), to quote: "Sony's PS4 dev kit passed by the FCC roughly a week ago, and now its consumer-oriented counterpart has passed through Uncle Sam's offices.
Not only do the federal documents show the consoles' polished exterior, but they once again note a "max clock frequency" of 2.75GHz, teasing just what kind of horsepower sits inside the black parallelogram.
Though there isn't much more to note in the agency's files, a duo of system labels marked with "Made in China" and "Made in Japan" hint that Hirai and Co. will be manufacturing the hardware in both those territories.
Mark Cerny's wunderconsole won't be hitting store shelves until later this year, but it already has the appropriate paperwork to make the trip stateside."
Finally, according to IGN the system will only consume enough power to generate a temperature between 5 degrees Celsius and 35 degrees Celsius. In comparison to the PS3, this is much less. The PS3 runs between 35-45, and it will yellow light if it surpasses 60 degrees.
The PS4 will also only weight in at 2.5 kilograms, which is half of what the original FAT PS3 did. The max clock frequency of the processor has been revealed to be 2.75Ghz.