Tag: PlayStation 5

The PlayStation 5 (PS5) is part of Sony’s new generation of consoles, released in late 2020 with a revamped design, reminiscent of a spaceship (or even a heater).

Inside, it has 8-core processor, AMD Radeon RDNA 2 graphics card, 16 GB of GDDR6 RAM, 825 GB of SSD memory and gaming support up to 8K, with 4K at 120 Hz.

For better graphics, the console is also compatible with ray tracing technology, which better simulates light strokes and creates more realistic lighting, with brightness and shadows closer to reality.

Like its competitors, the PlayStation 5 is backwardcompatible, and Sony promises until you can start a game on PS4, go to ps5 and then back to PS4 without losing your progress.

Another big new thing about the PlayStation 5 is the DualSense controller, which is white by default and has a touch panel, which should help with gameplay. In addition, it comes with multiple on-the-top plythsensors and its responsive and adaptive triggers offer new gaming experiences.

The Playstation 5 was released with two versions:

The Digital Edition, a little cheaper, which does not have a Blu-Ray player, because it is a console focused on digital games.

The Standard Edition features the Blu-Ray disc player, and play Station 4 discs and playstation 5 itself can be played.

Except for the difference in the Blu-Ray player, the two editions have the same hardware.



Maximum media resolution 8k
Maximum game resolution 8k
Supported imaging technologies HDR


Processor AMD Zen 2
Processing cores 8
Frequency 3.5 GHz
Graphics chip (GPU) AMD RDNA 2
Graphics chip power 10.28 teraflops
Ram 16 GB
Storage Ssd
Storage capacity 825 GB

Connectivity and features

Media Blu-ray
Network Ethernet
Doors HDMI


Time 39 cm
Width 10.4 cm
Depth 26 cm
Weight 4.5 kg
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