Sony Ships Out PS4 Dev Kits

 

  • AMD A10 APU
  • 16GB RAM
  • Blu-ray drive

A new version of Sony PS4 development kit has shipped out, one that reportedly is based on the AMD A10 APU, has 16GB RAM, 256GB internal storage, a Blu-ray drive and all the same inputs/outputs of the PS3. 

 

  • AMD A10 APU
  • 16GB RAM
  • Blu-ray drive

A new version of Sony PS4 development kit has shipped out, one that reportedly is based on the AMD A10 APU, has 16GB RAM, 256GB internal storage, a Blu-ray drive and all the same inputs/outputs of the PS3. 

The chip runs games in 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second in 3D without any slowdown.

However, it is important to note that since dev kits are modified PCs, the RAM will most likely be lower in the final product, but even half of the 16GB RAM would be a huge upgrade from the current generation of consoles. 

Sony’s PS4 development hardware is codenamed Orbis.

This would be the second dev kit that has been sent out and there is a third and final one planned for January. Afterwards, Sony will start working towards a big announcement of the PS4 for 2013’s E3 conference that takes place in June.

 

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