Posted by IGN Entertainment on January 31, 2019 03:30:30 Sony is going to be the first company to offer a high-end console with a price tag of over $1 and a cloud storage service for $10 per month.
The new Sony S3, which is codenamed Project S3+, will launch in North America on January 30 and will be sold by retailers such as Best Buy and Walmart.
The PlayStation 4 Pro, which launched in June, is now available for pre-order for $599.
The Xbox One S, which debuted last October, is $1 at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target.
The PS4 Pro and Xbox One X will cost about $1 per month, depending on how many consoles are ordered.
Sony has been working on its first console for more than a decade, which it called the PS4 back in 2014.
The console was later renamed the PlayStation TV, which featured an array of streaming apps, games, and a full suite of accessories.
The new console has a price of $1.99 for the base model, and an additional $2.99 per month for the Pro and X. The $1 price tag is the lowest in its price range, and the PS5, the next-gen successor, is expected to cost $3.99.
The console will be powered by the Sony’s upcoming Vega architecture, which uses a six-core ARM CPU that’s capable of doing more than 10 teraflops of compute.
The processor can handle some 4 terafloops of work at 10 gigs per second, which Sony says is “an unprecedented performance in a mobile-based system.”
The PS5 Pro has a clock speed of 3.2GHz, and it can take advantage of PlayStation’s new “PlayStation Vision” motion-detection technology, which works with the PlayStation VR headset.
Sony also plans to include 4K video streaming and 4K HDR content streaming, and Sony has said that it’s working with Netflix to deliver content that is optimized for HDR.
The system also supports the PlayStation Music and Sony’s Music Unlimited apps, which are available to stream on PS4 and PS4 Slim.
The system also comes with the Sony Bravia Bravia HD, which can output 1080p video at 60 frames per second.
The 1080p resolution is also “ultra-high-quality” and “in keeping with the HDR look of the new S4,” according to Sony.
The PlayStation 4 will be the company’s first console to offer cloud storage for $100 per month and a “Playstation Cloud” app that will allow users to stream content and apps from the cloud on the console.
This is a service that will “enable you to create and share your entire home library from anywhere in the world,” according Sony.
Users can also stream content on the system through a new PlayStation Store, where users can buy games and apps, add content to the PlayStation 4 Cloud app, and store it on their devices.
Users will be able to stream games on the new PS4 Cloud app for free for two months, and PlayStation is offering a $100 PlayStation Store gift card to users who make a purchase.
Sony will also offer PS4 games in the cloud for $20 per month at launch.
The PS4 will be available for $1 or $2 per month in the US, and users can also get $10 in rewards when they purchase the system, including discounts on new games, accessories, and games.
Users who preorder the console will get a free PlayStation Plus subscription that will let them stream movies, music, TV shows, and TV shows from other services to their PS4.
Sony also says that it will be launching a PlayStation Plus TV service for users in the United States in January 2020.
Sony’s console is expected be released in Europe and Asia sometime after the US.
The S3+ is available for purchase in select markets in North and South America, the Middle East, and Africa.
It is also available in select European markets and Asia.