It’s November and people are getting their hands on the new and improved PS4 called the PS4 Pro. This latest 4K* HDR gaming console packs up more than it costs. With a price tag of only 400$ the beast of a console is fueled with twice the power of GPU than its predecessor. Here are 3 things PS4 Pro does best compared to the original PS4.

More Power More TFs

The original PS4 produced 1.84 Teraflops of performance while the new and improvement PS4 Pro performs 4.2 Teraflops. For those who don’t know about T-flops, it’s just a fancy word. It basically means much better graphics now So yes, we needed that.


Better Processing Speed and Ram

The PS4 Pro has a boosted processing speed by 23% and a bigger hard drive of 1TB. Apart from 8 gigs of GDDR5 ram, Sony has stack Pro with an extra 1 gigs of ram for background apps like Netflix, YouTube. SO We can all have smoother transitions of going from games to home for checking out other apps.


Better VR Games With PS4 Pro

In virtual reality the player has the choice to go close to the objects even pick them up and examine them. These are extremely high-res textures but the game play is slow. In a conventional (frame per second) you’re most likely sprinting down a hallway blasting guns at 50 opponents. Details don’t matter much but with Virtual reality you move slowly.


With PS4 Pro’s enhanced loading speed gives speedy transformation form one scene to another and reduce the texture pops and loads high –res texture more quickly.


So now that we have the first ever 4K* HDR gaming console out, do we really need PC gaming? Considering Microsoft bringing their A game this coming summers 2017 with a powerful console, even powerful than PS4 Pro with 6 Teraflops of computing power.

What do you think about the war of console and PC gaming will it die, are consoles finally taking over the market? Leave your thoughts on the comments below.

Like this post? There’s tons of tips, tutorials, and news on Popative’s Facebook page. Like us on Facebook — we’ll see you there!


The writer is a brand management professional and a serious video game enthusiast.

Write A Comment