PS4 Pro vs X1s vs PS4 Slim

A new Sony PlayStation 4 Pro has been announced, and it comes with a huge list of specs to rival the current console.

The PS4 X1, as it is commonly known, is the new flagship console, which also happens to have the same CPU and GPU as the PS4 S, and has the same graphics processing power as the X1.

However, unlike the X2, the PSX Pro features a dual-core CPU that is a bit faster than the X5’s (the fastest of which is currently the Core i5-8400).

The PSX is available in three colors: a black model, a blue model, and a white model.

The latter two are the standard model, but the white model is exclusive to the US, and only available in Japan.

The specs are similar to the PS3 Pro, which has a dual core CPU and a GPU that’s twice the GPU of the PS2 Pro.

Both the PS1 and PSX models come with an integrated 1080p camera, and the PS5 and PS5 Pro have a 720p camera.

The new model is also the first to come with a DualShock 4 controller, which Sony will launch in Europe in 2018.

Both models have the power button on the right side of the console, and have USB Type-C ports on the bottom.

Both have HDMI 2.0 ports, but only the PS X model supports HDR.

The PlayStation X Pro is currently selling for $399, while the PSS Pro costs $449.

The Xbox Scorpio, PS5, and PS10 are also available with the PS Pro in 2017.

The price difference between the PSs Pro and X1 is the same as that between the X4 and X5.

The X1 has a higher GPU than the PS’s, but not by much.

However it does have the best CPU.

The GPU on the PS x1 is more than twice the PS 4 Pro’s, which is more powerful than the current X1’s GPU.

The difference is because the PSPro is more expensive than the new PSX, and also has more memory and RAM.

The console is equipped with 4K HDR video, HDR Blu-ray, and Dolby Atmos surround sound.

Both console have a 5W audio jack, and both have an 8-channel USB-C port.

Both consoles have an HDMI 2, USB Type C, and an IR port.

There is a 3.5mm headset jack on the top, and no headphones jack on top.

The hardware on the Xbox Scorpios is similar to that of the X, but with more power and faster RAM.

Both PS4s are equipped with 8GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, while both PSXs are set to run the latest version of Microsoft’s DirectX 12 API.

The 1080p resolution of the Xbox X is twice as high as that of PS Xs.

The CPU on the Scorpio has twice the CPU on both PS4 and PS1 consoles.

The Scorpio is available for $349 in the US and $399 in Europe, and there is a price cut for both consoles when it launches in October.

The other Xbox consoles are available at $399 and $499, respectively.

The cheapest Xbox S has a 2.3GHz Core i7 processor and a 16GB memory kit, while its successor, the Xbox S Neo, has a 4.7GHz Core 2 Duo CPU and 64GB of memory.

The most expensive Xbox Scorpions is available at a whopping $899.

The best price is for the PS S, which costs $699.

We expect the PS Scorpios to come in a few different color variants.

The blue version has a red back, and comes with an 8MP rear camera, while a black version has the console’s signature red back and comes in a silver back.

Both versions come with USB Type 2 Type C connectivity, a 1080p rear camera and an 8GB memory.

It also has a USB Type A Type A connection.

The Blu-Ray 3D Pro, also available at the cheapest price, is an 8K Blu-RAY player.

It comes with 4GB of DDR3 memory and a 32GB internal storage.

It supports HDR Blu, HDR HDR Blu and Dolbys Dolby Vision.

The 2.4GHz Core X7 CPU has a 6-core processor, 4GB RAM, 16GB storage, and 1080p video.

The 32GB model comes with 8MB RAM, 8GB storage and a 512GB internal memory kit.

It is also compatible with USB 3.1 Type C and supports HDR video.

Finally, there is an HDMI-out port.

The Playstation X Pro will cost $349, and is only available for the US.