Update on the PS4 console features 4K video resolution with 4K upscaling, as well as faster frame rates to help games function more smoothly
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Game Console
A souped-up version of the PS4, this console does everything its predecessor does while adding features that help smooth out gameplay and sharpen video resolution.
Next-Level Picture Quality
Gaming consoles today are made for more than just video games; they’re entertainment hubs where you can stream movies and shows or check out YouTube clips. With the PS4 Pro’s 4K streaming and upscaling, this content (along with games) is given unreal clarity and definition. Blu-ray movies are upscaled into near-4K quality to look as if they’ve been remastered, and live sports appear as if they’re happening right in front of you.
Keeps Up with Fast-Paced Gaming
It can be annoying when games load slowly or hiccup during fast-paced scenes and other moments that push the console’s processing abilities. With the PS4 Pro, that’s no longer a worry. It’s made to support faster frame rates on select games, resulting in ultra-smooth gameplay.
Play Your Favorite Titles
While it’s a newer, updated console, the Pro will still play any PS4 game. Wade through a post-apocalyptic wasteland in The Last of Us, break defenders’ ankles in NBA2K17, or blast your way through the Uncharted series. If you want games that are made to specifically take advantage of the PS4 Pro’s features, look for the PS4 Pro Enhanced icon on the game’s packaging. (Games not included.)
- 1TB hard drive
- Auto-upscaling for standard Blu-ray discs
- Does not support 4K Blu-ray discs
- 4K display required
- Product dimensions: 16.82”x19.3”x12”; 12lb.
- Condition: new
- 1 Year warranty from Sony
In the box: 1TB PlayStation 4 Pro system, DualShock 4 wireless controller, mono headset, HDMI cable, AC power cord, USB cable, and printed materials
Approximately 900 million of Sony’s devices are in use in the world today. To achieve this feat, Sony never wavered from the vision of its co-founders, engineer Masaru Ibuka and physicist Akio Morita. From its beginning in 1946, Sony has always positioned itself on the cutting edge of technology to continually break new ground, from the portable transistor radio in the ‘50s to the color television in the ‘60s to the PlayStation video game console in the early ‘90s. Along the way, Sony also co-developed a range of industry standard formats, including the CD, DVD, and Blu-ray Disc. Not content to only store and play media, the company also produces movies, music, and television and is responsible for acclaimed films and shows such as The Social Network and Breaking Bad while representing artists as diverse as Adele, Bruce Springsteen, Usher, and Milton, a baritone humpback whale.