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  • Heighten your experiences. Enrich your adventures. Let the super charged PS4 Pro lead the way
  • 4K TV Gaming : PS4 Pro outputs gameplay to your 4K TV
  • More HD Power: Turn on Boost Mode to give PS4 games access to the increased power of PS4 Pro
  • HDR Technology : With an HDR TV, compatible PS4 games display an unbelievably vibrant and life like range of colors


PS4 Pro4K TV GAMING & MOREThe most advanced PlayStation system ever. PS4 Pro is designed to take your favorite PS4 games and add to them with more power for graphics, performance, or features for your 4K HDR TV, or 1080p HD TV. Ready to level up?4K TV Gaming – PS4 Pro outputs gameplay to your 4K TV. Many games, like Call of Duty: WWII, Gran Turismo Sport, and more, are optimized to look stunningly sharp and detailed when played on a 4K TV with PS4 Pro.More HD Power – Turn on Boost Mode to give PS4 games access to the increased power of PS4 Pro. For HD TV Enhanced games, players can benefit from increased image clarity, faster frame rates, or more.HDR Technology – With an HDR TV, compatible PS4 games display an unbelievably vibrant and lifelike range of colors.4K Entertainment – Stream 4K videos, movies, and shows to your PS4 Pro.GREATNESS AWAITS4K Entertainment requires access to a 4K compatible content streaming service, a robust internet connection, and a compatible 4K display.Enhanced for PS4 ProMany of the biggest and best PS4 games get an additional boost from PS4 Pro enhancements that fine tune the game’s performance.From the stunning Manhattan skyline of Marvel’s Spider Man and the towering Norse mountains of God of War, to the vast plains of Red Dead Redemption 2 and the intense battlegrounds of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, you’ll feel the power of your games unleashed wherever you see the Enhanced for PS4 Pro badge.

Item Weight: 7.28 pounds

Item model number: 3003346

Batteries: 1 CR2 batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Date First Available: September 6, 2016

Manufacturer: Sony Computer Entertainment

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  • PS4 Pro Specs & Should You Get the Pro Version? UPDATE: Connection Issue Fix
Edition: Pro 1TB
The media could not be loaded. UPDATE November 29, 2016: For those of you who have LG TVs, LG is rolling out a firmware update on your TV that will solve the connection/HDCP issue. Go into your TV's settings, then into the "General" tab, then go all the way down and select "About This TV," then select "Check For Updates." For those of you who have TVs with WebOS 3.0, the update should be 4.30.70 - but it could be different depending on your country/region/specific TV model. I know Samsung and Vizio are also looking into the issue and should come out with a their own fix soon! UPDATE: For those of you who are having issues when you first boot up your PS4 Pro, you can watch my included video. You can also view the original HD video on my YouTube at or try this solution: Make sure the console is off. Boot up into safe mode by holding down the power button for about 7 seconds. It should beep once for the power, then another time after the 7th second to notify you that it is entering safe mode. Once there, select the change HDCP mode from Automatic to HDCP 1.4. You should now see a 1080p image. Restart your PS4 Pro, and now it should boot up fine and work as usual. Then go into the settings menu, select Sound & Screen, then Video Output Settings. Now change it to 4K resolution and see if that works for you. To check if you are indeed displaying 4K resolution, go to the Video Output Information option. *** Also, if you would like to find out how to replace your PS4 Pro hard drive, you can view my YouTube video: *** Original Review: For those who are on the fence about the PS4 Pro, those who are wondering what are the differences between this and the PS4 Slim, and if/why you should get the PS4 Pro, hopefully my review helps you to understand it better. *** First, here are the specs and facts: Contents of packaging: PS4 Pro system DualShock 4 controller Monaural headset Power cord; HDMI cable; USB cable PS4 Pro specs: Main processor: Custom-chip single processor CPU: x86-64 AMD “Jaguar” with 8 cores GPU: 4.2 TFLOPS; AMD Radeon-based graphics engine Memory: GDDR5 8GB Storage: 1TB hard-disk drive Dimensions: 295mm X 55mm X 327mm; Mass: 3.3Kg Optical drive: Blu-ray 6-speed, DVD 8-speed HDMI output; Optical digital output 3 USB 3.1 ports; 1 Aux port Ethernet port IEEE 802.11 A/B/G/N/Ac Wi-Fi Bluetooth 4.0 Power supply: AC 100V, 50/60Hz Max power consumption: 310W *** In terms of raw power and tera FLOPS, the PS4 Pro is about 2.3x stronger than the original PS4 and PS4 Slim(which is at 1.84 TFLOPS). The original Xbox One came in at 1.31 TFLOPS, while the One S is around 1.4 TFLOPS. Let's discuss some more technicalities. The elephant in the room is why did Sony not include a 4K Blu-ray player?? It is for that reason that I took away one star, as those who wish to do so would need to buy a separate player, which costs over $200. Before you rationalize that it would cost the console too much extra had Sony include it, the Xbox One S system - one which costs $100 LESS - has a 4K Blu-ray player! What is more head-scratching is that Blu-ray is a technology Sony has championed from the early beginning, and is one of the major reasons it won over the HD-DVD technology which Microsoft backed with its Xbox 360(as an additional add-on, which people had to pay $200 extra for). If Microsoft can learn from its mistake, then why did Sony not take that next step forward? 4K streaming might be the future, but because of its compression nature, it will never be as good as a physical 4K Blu-ray. You can compare it yourself - take any regular Blu-ray movie, such as Avatar or Mad Max Fury Road, and watch its digital version, and you will clearly realize the difference. Although the PS4 Pro is not a huge improvement as a future PS5 console would be, there are significant improvements that make it worthwhile. Many people are quick to point out that the PS4 Pro cannot output in native 4K, and that is just not true. The ability to output resolutions has nothing to do with the specific nature of the console, it is about the power inside the console to display it or not. Meaning, even the Wii U can display a 4K image if it wanted to, like a 4K photo. However, when it comes to an actual game, you have a lot more going on, needing a lot more power, so the original PS4, while technically being able to output a 4K game, would only be able to do so for a cartoony image, and not anything with 3D elements required in today's games. Also, perhaps the original PS4 is still on the HDMI 1.4 version, which only allows 4K output at 30 fps, while the PS4 Pro undoubtedly has HDMI 2.0 for 4K resolutions at 60 fps. Already, many patches of old games, and info on new games, have shown that the PS4 will indeed output 4K in certain games. That may be a native output for less power-intensive games, or a "checkerboard" approach, a technology of using resolutions just below 4K(as high as 1800p) with added 4K elements. So yes, in many games, you will notice a big visual upgrade over the PS4. *** So, let's get to some important points. First, why should you get a PS4 Pro? This question has a few different aspects: First, to those first-time buyers who doesn't have a PS4 system yet(either the original, Slim, or Pro); second, for those who already have the original PS4; and third, for someone who has another gaming system - Nintendo, Xbox, PC, etc. So for those who doesn't have a PS4 yet, it would have been easy if the Slim by itself sells for $300 without any games, and the Pro $400. But for now, you can get a PS4 Slim with Uncharted and usually another free game, for $300. Also, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, there have already been leaks that sales will make it only $250 with those two free games. Meanwhile, there has been no word on any sales or bundles with the PS4 Pro yet. Basically, if you are buying a PS4 Pro, you are a loyal Sony fanboy/early adopter, or have already researched and convinced yourself to buy it. For the majority though, it is more complicated. Although I am a Sony fan, my objective and reasonable side would say to the casual gamer who will not buy a PS VR system down the line(I will expound more on this later), who has a budget, or who want the best deal, to wait until the Black Friday deals and get a PS4 Slim bundle with free games for $250. When you think about it, the value of that bundle would be $400($300 for the system, $100 for the two games), so you are saving $150, so you can get another controller and more games. A few things to note is that the PS4 Slim out right now has a 500GB hard drive, while the PS4 Pro has a 1TB hard drive, but both systems have a setting to turn on High Dynamic Range(HDR), which greatly increases peak brightness and contrast levels, so you can see details and differences in details between elements of varying hues and brightness. In a nutshell, it makes for a more colorful and detailed visual fidelity. For those who already has a PS4, my questions would be, can you sell it and use that money to buy a PS4 Pro? Do you have the money to buy another $400 system, but are wondering if it's worth it? Well, there is a very tangible difference between the regular PS4 and the Pro versions, whether Sony tries to tell you otherwise or not. Although this is a not a full-on PS5-caliber upgrade, you can definitely tell the difference in-game. Old games are coming out with (free)patches to upgrade the visual fidelity for the PS4 Pro, and new games will include PC-like settings to set your visual options. So, let's say the visuals of the PS4 regular version of the game is one option(usually 1080p or lower resolution, or dynamic resolutions - resolutions that change on the fly - at 30 frames per second). With the PS4 Pro, many if not most games will also include options for: 1080p resolution at 60 fps, 4K(or near 4K) resolution at 30 fps, and sometimes an enhanced dynamic option such as varying resolutions with 4K elements and dynamic FPS at up to 60. The second aspect, and perhaps the most important aspect to current PS4 owners, is that it makes the PS VR so much better. With the original PS4, the PS VR games look grainy and pixelated, like PS2 games. With the PS4 Pro, the games now with an upgraded visual fidelity look a lot better through the PS VR. The resolution of the PS VR itself is fixed at 960x1080, so the resolution itself will not increase. But now the games will look more smooth and more detailed. Text, especially, is now a lot easier to read because of the better anti-aliasing. For those who already owns another system and are wondering what all the fuss is about, one of the main reasons I have adopted the Sony ecosystem as my foremost, is because of the exclusive games. Many arguments can be made, but just from my perspective, I very much enjoy all the extra Final Fantasy games Sony gets, those Konami games, all the unique and wacky games from Japan, especially the JRPGs such as Persona and Disgaea, and such gems as Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us. *** I hope some of my points help you make a more informed purchase decision. This is not a perfect console by any means, but it does have the most potential of all the current consoles, and is the only console right now to make best use of your lovely 4K TV. Overall, it is a great deal at $400, because if you think about it, the original PS4 was $400, and was still at $350 just earlier this year, and the Xbox Scorpio will most likely debut at $500, and a PC with a 4K-capable graphics card would run you about at least $700 total. Certainly, the PS4 Pro's lack of a free game and different bundles will hurt its sale in the beginning, so even with that aspect, you might even want to wait until Christmas, as I'm faily certain by then there will be a free game included. But ultimately, if you had $400 to spend on the best gaming experience out there right now, it is easily the PS4 Pro. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 10, 2016 by Johnny_Amazon® Johnny_Amazon®

Edition: Pro 1TB
The PS4 PRO is the latest release console from SONY. Although, it is not nearly as powerful as Microsoft's latest (Xbox One X) console it stands out and has more exclusive when it comes to games. Now you may be asking, why choose this over the switch, Xbox One X or even a PC gaming system? Here are 12 reasons why: 1) Exclusive Games.Yes, I know Steam has more exclusives than any console out there but one thing their lack is simplicity. Sometimes you will find yourself spending more money on upgrades to be able to play a game in addition to already spending $60 or more. Whereas, you would just put the disk in and download any available update then play your game on consoles. This can be frustrating as you may be unaware of the requirements listed for the game and only to realize later you can't play your game because you do not have the latest version of ( insert here) when the game comes out. When it comes to the switch? Most of their games are exclusive because of the lack of third party supports. These exclusives are nothing special. Mostly Mario or another Zelda game. I mean if you really want to play mobile games then just use your smart phone, right? Do not expect to play AAA games on the switch as it will not probably happen. So, you can forget about Call of Duty or a Battlefield game. If any a AAA game does come out for the switch, no doubt the screen resolution would be horrible mediocre at best. The Xbox One X lacks exclusives. If you want to play Games like God of war 4, Days gone, Rachet and Clank or Blood borne then you can only play these on the PlayStation 4. 2) Excellent Workmanship. More people owns more PS4s than any other consoles in the world. Ever wonder why? It is no secret that Sony makes reliable products. I have a 160GB PS3 model CECH-2501A I bought since release and you know? It still works even today. This PS3 has taken a lot of beating from fall damage to power outage and overheating, excessive dust in the vents, you name it and guess what? IT STILL WORKS. I never had to send it in for repair too. I know you might be thinking, " this is irrelevant to the PS4 PRO". My point is SONY is a reliable company that you can trust. My PS4 had suffer some water damage and I thought I would have to send it in for repair. Nope, as I am writing this it still works. Can its competitors boast of the same reliability? Remember, the red light of death? How almost 45 percent of the units had to be return for repairs. I guess that was in the past, now right? LOL! 3) Price! Even though is it not the cheapest nor most expensive well at least you get what you pay for. I mean why would you pay less for less? OR you could pay a little extra for some extra power. In the end, the decision will be in the palms of the game developers, they will decide if they want their games to run at 4K @ 60, 30 frame or 1080p @ 60 or 30 frames. My point is if game developers wants to, they can make the PS4 PRO run games at 4K native or upscale with HDR. Example, Hustle Kings runs at native 4k with HDR enable while Helldivers is upscale to 4K. The developers decide. 4) More Popular. More players mean more people online, which also indicate less waiting time to play your favorite PVP game. Including less dead game lobbies too. I mean no one wants to spend 30 minutes trying to find a match that will last 10 minutes or, so right? That is annoying! 5) Continual updates. I am not saying that its competitors do not update their systems, no but rather SONY constantly does to ensure the smooth operation of their system software and to protect its user base from hackers. SONY has recently release update 5.50 which include super-sampling. You might already be familiar with this if you own a PC gaming system. However, if you do not own a 4K TV yet then this will certainty help you. A lot. It will clear out blur and sharping the image quality in some games so that your picture quality is enhance thus making 1080p looks even better. It is pretty cool. 6) Does Not Force You To buy Gimmick To Operate. Even though it was remove and it is no longer required to operate their system but just pulling at stunt like that is scary. Remember the all-seeing eye? 7) HDD Upgrade. Yes, you can upgrade your HDD size from 1tb to 2tb. Unlike its competitor, you can actually upgrade your HDD without voiding your warranty. Even Nintendo has that. You do not have to tear open your console and in which you could potentially damage something in the process simply to change a HDD. From start to finish the whole process will take about 25 minutes (including the firmware update) to swap your HDD and the most amazing thing is? YOUR WARRANTY IS NOT VOIDED!!!! Games are getting larger and larger as developers can advantages of the PRO's capabilities. Before you know it, you are out of space. Battlefield 1 and Middle-earth: Shadow of War take almost 200gb from my system that is just two games. I recommend upgrading to a bigger size HDD. If you are planning on upgrading your PS4 PRO's HDD then make sure it is a 2.5 inch (laptop HDD, NOT 3.5-inch desktop HDD), 9.5mm (or slimmer) in size and Serial ATA (Parallel ATA is not supported). You can only upgrade up to 2tb internally as 3tb and up would exceeded the 9.5mm limit for the HDD size. 8) Friendly User Interface. It is surprisingly easy to navigate around. The user interface is not overly complicated where you constantly get lost or confuse. Nope. When I first had my PS4, it takes literally less than 30 minutes to learn about all the features and navigate throughout. Update 5.50 added some new features to the PS4 but nothing to complicated that will leave you in the dark. My motto for the PS4 is 'Simple, Powerful, Reliable". 9) PSN Plus. PSN Plus is required to play online games. However, there are a few instances where you do not. Games like Guns Up. PSN Plus is not expensive. $60 for a year. Of course, there is also the 3 months for $24.99 or the 1 month $9.99. The 1-year membership is the best option. If choose the 3 months membership, in 1-year time you will spending $100. If you choose the 1-month membership in 1-year time you will be spending $120. The 1-year option is about a 40 percent save. The choice is yours. There is also a free trial for 14 days. Anyway, you occasionally get discounts and multiple "free" games monthly if you are a PSN Plus member. Some of the games are even AAA titles. March 2018 monthly games includes two awesome games; Bloodborne & Rachet and clank. There is a bonus feature, 10gb of cloud storage to back up your save game data. 10) Support External Storage Device. If you have an old HDD or USB drive you do not have use for then you can connect it to your PS4 and format it as an external HDD to store your extra games. 11) Suspend Mode. Ever been playing a game when you look at the time, realizing you are late for work or an important meeting? Let’s say your next save is very far away and you cannot afford to lose your game progression. No problem, just put the game on suspense mode then turn off the TV. Not only will it save your game data to the cloud (if you have that enable) but you will also be able to resume your game play when you turn your PS4 on. It is just like sleep mode for PC. 12) Requests To Watch. Ever wonder why your friend in on top of the leader board and you're not? If this is, you and have accused a friend of cheating then you can request to watch a game play and then seeing that they are not guilty after all. Just that you need to practice a little bit more. As all gamers are noobs at the start of any game. The only PRO is the PS4 PRO, LOL. I'm just kidding. The game developers are the pros. Overall, If you want the best then this is the place as no one else can deny this truth Pros: 4K gaming (native or upscale) Boost mode HDR support Reliable User friendly interface Remote play AC wireless setting Super sampling Exclusive games Media player 4K photo Share play Live stream HDMI link Record game play (60 minutes max at 1080p) Capture photo (up to 4k) Custom wallpaper (new feature) Voice command 3 USB port (2 front, 1 back) Support Netflix, Hulu and more Innovative Cons: No 4K blue ray drive Cannot store video, music or photos on system Media player does support all video file Noisy fan Unable to disable DS4 bar light No account share with friends ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 30, 2018 by TPN

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