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Sony Takes Apart A PlayStation 4, Let's See What's Inside

Posted on Thursday, November 7 @ 11:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
We're just over a week away from the launch of PlayStation 4.... Can you believe it?!

To gear up fans for this momentous event, Sony's engineering director has graciously offered a look inside the console's shiny plastic casing. Check out the PS4 breakdown video below, courtesy of Wired.



I must admit, it is quite amazing how Sony managed to cram all of that hardware into such a small and sleek case. PlayStation 4's console design makes Xbox One look like a VCR from twenty years ago. Here's to hoping the user interface of Sony's next-gen console is just as sleek as its physical form factor.

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