Sony PS4 Teardown Video Posted By Sony

Posted: Nov 7 2013, 6:50am CST | by , in News | Gaming

Sony PS4 Teardown Video Posted by Sony
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Before any amateurs take apart the Sony PS4, Sony took matters in their own hand and published Sony PS4 teardown video.

The Sony PS4 will be released on November 15. If you already want to know how the Sony PS4 looks on the inside, Sony has you covered. The PlayStation maker has published a detailed Sony PS4 teardown video. Sony engineering director Yasuhiro Ootori does the honors and takes apart the new Sony PS4.

The Sony PS4 has already a pretty clean internal design, but there is room for making it smaller, which sure will happen in the next years. Watch the video below to learn about the components of the Sony PS4. There is a rather big fan. I hate fans. It means there is some noise coming out of the PS4.

The Sony PS4 will be launching on November 15 starting at $399.99. Pre-order is sold out. So you have to see if you can score one in store on launch day.

Via Wired.

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