The PS4 Pro is more powerful than its predecessor. PlayStation 4 Pro specifications provide a console that can handle 4K resolution, coupled with virtual reality (VR PlayStation came out on October 15). The PS4 Pro also supports HDR TV, a new television technique that better reflects colors and contrasts. The table below is a summary of the most important PS4 Pro specifications. Want to see more PlayStation 4 Pro specifications, please visit this PS4 Pro specifications page on ps4giveaway.
Larger HD, better GPU / CPU
One of the many hardware upgrades in the PS4 Pro’s internal hard drive. The PlayStation 4 had a hard drive of 500 GB, but the PlayStation 4 Pro comes standard with a 1TB hard drive. In addition, the GPU has doubled in strength. This allows the PS4 Pro resolutions that were not previously possible. The clock speed of the CPU is also increased significantly, from 1.6 Ghz to 2.1 Ghz. Unfortunately, Sony’s Pro console does not have a 4K Blu-ray drive, but you can not expect for this price.
Dimensions: the PS4 Pro is slightly larger and heavier
The dimensions of the PS4 Pro have also changed with respect to the PS4 (Slim). This is due to the improved working GPU / CPU, which at higher speeds, and thus are warmer. Because of this they must be cooled more than was previously the case.
The result is a (slightly) larger PS4. The original PlayStation 4 was 27.5 x 30.5 x 5.3 cm and the dimensions of the PS4 Pro amounts 29,5 x 32,7 x 5,5 cm. The PS4 Pro is slightly longer (2.0 cm), slightly wider (2.2 cm) and a little bit higher (0.2 cm). The PS4 Pro is also heavier than the PS4 2013: 3.3 kg compared to 2.8 kg for the old PS4.