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that's awesome

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video was cool. I wish he had mentioned that you are allowed to remove the HDD without voiding your warranty. As it does not require you to remove any of the four seals he mentioned.

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video was cool. I wish he had mentioned that you are allowed to remove the HDD without voiding your warranty. As it does not require you to remove any of the four seals he mentioned.

this was a general dismantling video. i'm sure there will be other references/videos for that elsewhere

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Wow... engineering at its best, I will be never able to deny that on Sony devices... So happy with my Vita right now :D

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just as I suspected, very similar, actually almost the same internal design to the ps3 slim.

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I love these tare down articles/videos.

Its amazing what is crammed into a ps4. Sometimes you wonder how these consoles work well at all, but they make it happen.

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Overall, the xbox one put more work on the UI and software feature and PS4 emphasize enormous of effort to design the hardware. Both console bringing something different. Good job.

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Much better than PS3 teardown then (Y) Hopefully won't have to open it but at least it's zero effort if you do :p

 

Did not expect to see such a big HS inside. Pretty impressive considering the size of the console :yes:

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I love these tare down articles/videos.

Its amazing what is crammed into a ps4. Sometimes you wonder how these consoles work well at all, but they make it happen.

 Ditto (Y) - I was waiting for this ever since they announced it.
 

Overall, the xbox one put more work on the UI and software feature and PS4 emphasize enormous of effort to design the hardware. Both console bringing something different. Good job.

Huh? why do you think sony didn't put equal efforts on software or ms on hardware?

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 Huh? why do you think sony didn't put equal efforts on software or ms on hardware?

 

The UI is pretty much the same and minor improvement such as sharing gameplay footage. Microsoft have skype, instant multitasking such as snap an app while playing such as video chat. So far, PS4 haven't show us this type of possibility yet. So it's pretty obvious sony focus is more on hardware not on the software side as they already proven to have more horsepower in ps4 compare to xbox one. Conversely, the xbox one UI is more intuitive and have better apps right out of the box. 

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The UI is pretty much the same and minor improvement such as sharing gameplay footage. Microsoft have skype, instant multitasking such as snap an app while playing such as video chat. So far, PS4 haven't show us this type of possibility yet. So it's pretty obvious sony focus is more on hardware not on the software side as they already proven to have more horsepower in ps4 compare to xbox one. Conversely, the xbox one UI is more intuitive and have better apps right out of the box. 

 

That really goes without saying these days. Sony are a hardware company. Their OS/UI has always been lacking in comparison.

 

It'd probably be a good idea for them to release a video of the PS4 experience and show what it looks like before launch though.

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