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Sony PlayStation 4 Pro 格價表香港

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Sony PlayStation 4 Pro Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelPS4 Pro 1TB
DateSep 2016
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity1
USB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity3
Digital audio optical out1
DC-in jackYes
Weight & dimensions
Weight3.3 kg
Width295 mm
Depth327 mm
Height55 mm
Ethernet LANYes
Ethernet LAN data rates10,100,1000 Mbit/s
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version4.0
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)Yes
Storage mediaHDD
Internal storage capacity1000 GB
Card reader integratedNo
Built-in optical driveYes
Optical drive typeBlu-Ray/DVD
Packaging content
Number of gamepads included1
Video game includedNo
PlatformPlayStation 4 Pro
Product colourBlack
Internal memory8196 MB
Internal memory typeGDDR5
Processor modelAMD Jaguar
Graphics processorAMD Radeon
Graphics adapter memory typeGDDR5
Operating temperature (T-T)5 - 35 °C

PlayStation 4 Pro HK Specs, Features, and Review

PS4 Pro – A Must-Have for New Gamers

PlayStation gaming consoles have become a symbolic name amongst avid gamers, as they offer an extensive library of games and remarkable processing power. The PS4 Pro HK – a souped-up version of the PS4 – is a great recommendation for those who are new to gaming. The PS4 Pro offers smoother frame rates and 4K-resolution graphics. This high-end Sony gaming console now has an increasing library of games that fully utilize its features. Therefore, here is an in-depth breakdown of its features:

PS4 Pro HK Design and Build

The PS4 Pro is deeper and wider than the standard PS4 console, despite sporting the same parallelogram shape as the latter. This means that the PS4 Pro will take up more shelf space, but its stylish design still enables it to blend in well with its surroundings. The design similarities between these two devices do not stop there – it has the same matte plastic shell that is seen on the PS4. Sony has opted to replace the power and eject buttons from touch-sensitive units to mechanical ones. There are two USB ports at the front of the device – which comes in handy when you need to charge the controllers – and a third one at the back for connecting USB hard drives and the PlayStation VR.

PS Pro 4 Internal Specifications

While the improvements in terms of its exterior is nice, the PS4 Pro’s main advantage lies in its internals. The PS4 comes with a buffed-up version of the eight-core AMD Jaguar CPU which runs on 2.13GHz as compared to the 1.6GHz unit in the PlayStation 4. Supporting it is 8GB of GDDR5 RAM which gives the device the processing power it needs to handle graphics-intensive games with ease. The console also features a 1TB hard drive, 500GB more than the one on the original PS4. The number of Graphics Core Next Computer Units in the PS4 Pro’s GPU has also doubled from 18 to 36, boosting its performance even further. This improved GPU unit is tasked to run 4K graphics and 1080p content with more detail. Sony also equipped the PS4 Pro with an improved Wi-Fi antenna, enabling it to download games faster, a plus point that any gamer will surely appreciate.

PS4 Pro HK Controllers

Tweaking the DualShock 4 controllers for the Pro is easily one of the best decisions that Sony has made. The PS4 Pro controller comes with analog sticks, analog triggers, and left and right bumpers that are both comfortable and accurate, making it the best controller Sony has produced so far. Furthermore, there is a built-in light bar which is situated in the touchpad – it enables you to identify which player you are without turning the controller over.

Reviews of Sony PlayStation 4 Pro
Reviewed on 2020-09-05
Supports 4K Ultra HD, Supports High Dynamic Range (HDR), Superb exclusives
PlayStation Plus rewards a step behind Xbox Game Pass, Doesn't support 4K UHD Blu-ray discs,
An improved version of the original console with UHD 4K and HDR support, extract more frames and vibrant colors like never before from some of the greatest exclusives to ever grace the console like God of War (2018), Horizon: Zero Dawn, and Ghost of Tsush...
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Reviewed on 2019-12-18
Outstanding exclusive library, VR Headset support, Cheapest 4K games console
No 4K Blu-ray player, Weakest 4K games console
The PlayStation 4 Pro, better known as the PS4 Pro, is Sony's mid-generation upgrade to their incredibly successful PS4 that launched back in 2013. This upgrade offers more power, a larger internal memory while still working with all existing PS4 games an...
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Reviewed on 2019-07-29
Beautiful 4K graphics, Improved hardware with more RAM and power, Faster UI, load speeds, and downloads
Lacks Ultra HD Blu-ray player, Enhanced graphics not supported on all games, 1 TB hard drive, not SSD
Lifewire / Zach Sweat Beautiful 4K graphics Improved hardware with more RAM and power Faster UI, load speeds, and downloads Lacks Ultra HD Blu-ray player Enhanced graphics not supported on all games 1 TB hard drive, not SSD The PlayStation 4 Pro is simply...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-18
To celebrate the launch of Marvel's Spider-Man, the hotly anticipated game developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment exclusively for the PlayStation 4 Pro, Sony released a limited edition PS4 themed after the arachnid su...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-22
HDR gaming, Higher resolution, Some apps support 4K streaming, Comprehensive game catalog, World-class exclusives
No UHD Blu-ray drive, Noisy, High power consumption when streaming, Many games lack HDR, Struggles to deliver true 4K
Sony has released a mid-cycle game console upgrade. PlayStation 4 Pro is, instead of being a completely new system, an upgraded version of the original PS4 with twice the graphics muscles to reproduce games in higher resolution and more importantly HDR Hi...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-17
No one would have expected 2016 to be such an important year for gaming, but it could go down as one of the most historically significant years in the hobby's history.On one hand, we have the Vive Virtual Reality is Finally Here: HTC Vive Review (& Giv...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-30
Best graphical performance in a console, Your existing games will get upgraded for free, Makes PS VR much smoother
Not a huge upgrade for existing PS4 owners with 1080p TVs, No 4K Blu-ray drive, You'll have to wait for games to get patched to take advantage of it
It's going to be another year yet before Microsoft ships its next-gen console, codenamed " Scorpio ." So for the next 12 months, then, the most powerful gaming console you'll be able to buy is the PlayStation 4 Pro . Still, that doesn't mean it's worth th...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
Sony has finally put the PS4 Pro on sale in the UK today and claims to offer the best gaming experience in the world.The games console is capable of displaying supported titles at a higher resolution and frame rate. But should you buy it?The PlayStation 4...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-28
It's that time of year again, when gamers wait with bated breath for new treats to fill their holidays. But instead of new gen consoles to drool over or kill for , gamers will, instead, see a refinement. After all, why change a winning, not to mention ver...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-21
The PS4 Pro outputs a 4K- and HDR signal that's compatible with high-end TVs, and promises better visuals and increased frame rates for certain games. The console includes a 1TB hard drive, and it works with all PS4 games, apps and accessories to date...
Out of the gate, only a handful of titles offer dramatic improvements. In reality, most games that support Pro enhancements don't offer a drastic difference in quality when comparing standard and Pro games side-by-side. Specific information on game improv...
Closing in on 50 million units sold, it's safe to say Sony's PlayStation 4 has been a huge success, significantly outpacing its closest competition, Microsoft's Xbox One.But just three years since its debut, Sony has released a hardware step-up model of t...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Fantastic sound reproduction in stereo and surround sound modes in all scenarios, New Clearcast microphone is a major step forward, Suspension headband keeps the headset light and comfortable, Middle of the road price point for highend quality across the...
In game surround sound quality might be hit or miss depending on the title
Over the course of the past week, we've posted a look at PS4 Pro launch title support and the debates of 60 vs. 30 FPS and 1080p vs. 4K, as well as our full review of Sony's latest console.Now? It's time to wrap up our coverage with a look at the more tec...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Supports 4K gaming and streamin, HDR compatibl, PS VR compatible
Can't play UHD Blu-ray disc, A tad expensive
Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro ($399) is striking a major blow in the mid-cycle console war. Instead of being content with offering high dynamic range and 4K streaming like the Xbox One S , Sony went full hog and is offering 4K gaming. The result is a viewing a...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-11
Short version: The new PS4 Pro is a more powerful version of an already good console. We like the PS4 a lot, and the Pro doesn't do anything to diminish that. However, it's going to be a while before we know just what that added horsepower will be used f...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-11
While we won't be doing a full review for the new PlayStation 4 Pro console that released yesterday, I did want to give some initial impressions of my experiences and observations of the past 15 hours of “rigorous testing” with Sony's new mid-generational...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-10
The PS4, but faster (31% CPU; 227% GPU), Runs quiet in limited testing (more testing will be done soon), Extra USB port at the back, Can record gameplay at 1080p, Hard drive can be replaced with larger one or an SSD, USB and WiFi upgrades over the origina...
Number of titles supporting Pro features right now is small, Too much focus on 4K, and not enough on increasing detail levels, Lack of 60 FPS titles, at least right now
When Sony's PS4 Pro was known as “Neo” I had no idea that I'd feel so compelled to write about it after its official unveiling.While Techgage primarily focuses on mobile and PC hardware, I've been an avid PS fan ever since the launch of the original cons...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-09
4K gaming looks great, Only $100 more than the PS4 slim, A year before Project Scorpio
No 4K Blu-rays, Not exactly "true" 4K, Few Pro Enhanced titles at launch
The PlayStation 4 Pro marks a turning point for the modern console era. In fact, it redefines what a "console" even means. Consoles are supposed to offer "good enough" graphics at an attractive price point, and a consistent hardware target to allow develo...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Theres a moment playing Infamous First Light, as the heroine made of light climbs up a wall in pitch black darkness, that I fully appreciate the hype around the PS4 Pro. The woman is a multicolored bundle of light particles, and thanks to HDR, I can make...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-07
If you are reserving judgment of the PlayStation 4 Pro console from Sony until you get to try it, I have to warn you: I've played the system a lot over the past week, and I still don't really know what the hell to think of this thing.For a large slice of...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-07
Best graphical performance in a console, Your existing games will get upgraded for free, Makes PS VR much smoother
Not a huge upgrade for existing PS4 owners with 1080p TVs, No 4K Blu-ray drive, You'll have to wait for games to get patched to take advantage of it
The PlayStation 4 Pro is a new breed of console. It's not going to replace the original system. Instead, it's meant to tide over gamers who've upgraded to new 4K TVs with fancy high-dynamic-range (HDR) lighting features. It's a more significant step up th...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-07
More powerful hardware means some games can look better or play smoother, Slightly improved DualShock 4 controller
Games need to be individually patched to benefit from the PS4 Pro's extra power, No Ultra HD Blu-ray playback
At its core, Sony's PS4 Pro is an upgraded version of the original PlayStation 4. It's more powerful, with a larger 1TB hard drive and support for both 4K and HDR video. But it's pricier than the standard (and now slimmer) PS4 at $399.99, lacks Ultra HD B...
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