In more than a year and a half since its release, Sony's PS5 has evolved into one of the market's best game consoles.
I feel like the PS5 has transitioned from being a next-generation gaming console to a proper current-generation machine with its killer haptics from the DualSense controller, immersive 3D audio, and a fast SSD that's now unlocked for upgrades, and its design with a killer look.
Incredibly fast SSD
Wildly inventive DualSense controller
Gorgeous 4K visuals
Impressive backwards compatibility
Snappy, clean interface
- Massive, unwieldy design
Few must-have exclusives (for now)
- Controller may feel too big for some
CPU: 3.5GHz, 8-core AMD Zen 2
GPU: 10.3 teraflop DNA 2 GPU
RAM: 16GB GDDR6
Storage: Custom 825GB SSD
Expansion: NVMe M.2 SSD slot
Disc drive: 4K Blu-ray player
Size: 15.4 x 10.2 x 4.1 inches
Weight: 9.9 pounds
The PS5 promises to deliver some of the most powerful performance ever from a games console, thanks to its powerful AMD Zen 2 processor, 10.3 teraflops of graphics power, and a crazy-fast custom SSD.
Sony's console is already impressing me with its fidelity, framerate, and, most importantly, loading speed, even if I've only played a handful of titles designed to utilize its power.
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