Playstation 4 Slim Teardown: Silent, Less Heat, But No Support for 4K
The Playstation 4 Slim has been over the Internet even before it was officially launched and it seems to be the real deal as several sources have shown the same Playstation 4 Slim model, over and over again. It is not capable of 4K if you were wondering, although it would be pretty obvious if you have been keeping up with tech news. Instead, 4K capabilities will be offered in the upcoming PS Neo console. Here, we have the Playstation 4 Slim teardown.
The Playstation 4 Slim teardown gives you a step by step insight into what the console looks like from the inside. The teardown also shows how the company was able to make the device slimmer and what it has to offer as compared to the fat version of the console.
The person behind this teardown video reports that the PS4 Slim is rather silent and that the heat dissipated is less than that of the original PS4. This is one factor for which the previous version was rather criticised for, but it is good to see that Sony has listened to the people and made things better in this new version of the PS4.
The console redesign comes in two models the 500 GB and 1 TB version, so you can choose according to your needs and this will officially be announced in a few days. Despite the lack of 4K support, I have to say that the slim version does look good. Sony has done a great job with the redesign. But we are even more excited about the upcoming event where we might be able to learn more about the PS Neo console which is rumored to support 4K.
Let us know what you think about this Playstation 4 Slim teardown and if you are excited about the PS Neo.