The new video game console that you have been waiting for is coming to the market this year.
The Sony PlayStation 4 Pro has been released and is set to be the most popular console in the history of video games.
If you’ve been keeping up with the hype around the new console, you might not know much about it, but what you should know is that it has a very powerful processor, the world’s thinnest battery, and is the first home theater system to be powered by NVIDIA’s Maxwell GPU.
The PS4 Pro has a price tag of $399, which is $20 more than the Xbox One X. However, the new system will come with a slew of other new features, including support for the HDR10 video display and Dolby Vision 4K content streaming.
This system will be available for purchase beginning in March.
Here are the features that make the PS4 a winner: NVIDIA’s Tegra X1 SoC NVIDIA has been working with Nvidia to improve the performance of its Tegra line of GPUs.
With Tegra 1, NVIDIA took a similar approach to Intel’s Xeons.
The Tegra 2 series is also based on the same processor, but the architecture has been refined to include more compute and graphics cores and more efficient graphics processing units.
The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU, which powers the PS3 Pro, the PS Vita, the PlayStation 4, and more, is the most powerful GPU ever designed for a home theater device.
The GTX 1080 series has a theoretical peak of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels per pixel (ppi), which is almost triple the resolution of the 1080 Ti.
However with the GTX 1080 Pro, NVIDIA has also improved the clock speeds of the GPU to 2.4 GHz for the most efficient performance in gaming.
The Titan X GPU, used in the Xbox Scorpio, PS4, and PS Vita is the second most powerful Nvidia GPU ever built.
The 1080 Ti has a clock speed of 2.5 GHz, while the Titan X has a 2.9 GHz clock speed.
The Pascal GPU, also known as the Pascal Architecture, is NVIDIA’s next generation GPU architecture, which allows for a huge boost in performance.
The new GPU will also be able to support ultra-high resolution displays (UHD), which will allow gamers to view their games in much higher resolutions.
The 4K display is also capable of playing Blu-ray discs at up to 4K.
In terms of features, the most notable one is the inclusion of HDR10.
HDR10 is a new standard for video content, and it is a revolutionary way to enable HDR content to play at 60 frames per second (fps) on a 4K TV.
HDR is essentially an HDR compression method that uses more complex algorithms to process your images, making them look even more beautiful.
HDR will enable the most vivid and lifelike content, as well as provide the most immersive content experience possible.
HDR9 will enable HDR10 content to look even better than it already does, thanks to higher levels of color saturation.
The other major new feature is the HDR Cinema mode, which lets you use the PSVR’s camera to create HDR videos.
HDR Cinema is a feature that lets you take HDR video and turn it into 4K and HDR10 images with a fraction of the processing required for regular 4K video.
HDR 10 is an improvement over HDR10, and will enable users to take HDR 10 content to up to 5K.
HDR11 will enable a more immersive 4K experience, while HDR12 will enable an even more immersive HDR10 experience.
HDR12 is a video encoding format that will also allow users to play HDR10 at a higher frame rate.
HDR13 will enable 4K to 8K video, and HDR14 will enable up to 12K video at 60 FPS.
The system will also support Dolby Atmos for the best audio experience possible, which will deliver a more natural audio experience with high definition audio.
HDR features are built into the processor, so you can set them up to play through a set of movies, play a game, or watch a movie in any way that you choose.
The video output is controlled by the HDMI 2.0 output, and the system supports Dolby Pro Logic 6.
Dolby Surround allows you to create Dolby Home Theater.
Dolbify is the only video decoding format that supports Dolbezium 5.5, which provides better quality than Dolby TrueHD.
Dolbo is a special Dolby Audio codec that provides higher dynamic range than standard audio codecs.
Dolble is an enhanced version of Dolby Sound that can be used to deliver a better listening experience.
Dolstec is a software codec that can encode and decode Dolby Digital Plus and Dolbic 5.2.
Dolce-Stereo is an encoding format designed to decode Dolamatest and Dolamato.
Dolch is an audio encoding format for