Games our natural $k and HDR.
Developers want to deliver on the promise that they reactivation and boast this technology and enable them to make their games look better without any compromises.
To provide uses with even back gaming experiences and conjunction within this technologies we gave you PlayStation 4 Pro.
We more than doubled the power of the GPU and adopted many new features from the AMD Polaris architecture, as well as several even beyond it.
A number of hardware innovations support efficient rendering for 4k displays, allowing titles on PS4 Pro to reach resolutions not thought to be possible on consoles in 2016.
For those gamers and developers who put a premium in achieving the smoothest frame rate possible.
We're boosting the clock rate of the cpu.
We understand that continuity of experience is important to the PlayStation community.
Existing games will play at your custom two on PS4 Pro and we're providing a number of mechanism for easily transferring your game library and entitlement.
From the standard model from the new console.
We're also equipping PS4 pro with a 1 terabyte hard drive to ensure that you'll have plenty of space for new experiences.
The result of all these improvements is a console that provides unparalleled experiences for the 4k TV honor and truly excellent enhancements for those using HDTV's as well.
We'll give you a detailed look at those aspects of PS4 Pro today, as well as show how transformative, High Dynamic Range is for gaming content and what the new console offers for VR.
PS4 Pro, November 10th, 2016, price at $399.
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