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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    Yeah, in fact I think the Llano IGP (and possibly others) are faster than console graphics now...

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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by watercooled View Post
    Yeah, in fact I think the Llano IGP (and possibly others) are faster than console graphics now...
    That's probably true.... I believe the ps3 gpu is around the same as a 7800gtx and the llano is more powerful than that...

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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    Could be a knee jerk reaction to the Wii U, although by all accounts that will only have something like a 800sp HD6770 in it, it is far faster than the Xbox and PS3 are.
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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    for me PS2 was essential alongside my Dreamcast and Saturn... but PS3 was only ever gonna be a Blueray player, media centre for upscaling DVD's to the HD projector and now.. rather nicely.. a digital set top box with Playstation USB tv dongle thingy...

    I've never ever played a game on it.

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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    I don't like the screens on the wii u controller. I think they make the controller too large. Are standard wii controllers supported as well?

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    They are, I thought that the Wii U's controller looked a little big, but apparently it is very light, and with the ridge at the back of it, it is very comfortable to hold.
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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33 View Post
    for me PS2 was essential alongside my Dreamcast and Saturn... but PS3 was only ever gonna be a Blueray player, media centre for upscaling DVD's to the HD projector and now.. rather nicely.. a digital set top box with Playstation USB tv dongle thingy...

    I've never ever played a game on it.
    The problem I have with that is power consumption. The high-end consoles are VERY power hungry for watching videos and such.

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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Dragoon View Post
    They are, I thought that the Wii U's controller looked a little big, but apparently it is very light, and with the ridge at the back of it, it is very comfortable to hold.
    Well that changes my view on the wii u then

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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33 View Post
    for me PS2 was essential alongside my Dreamcast and Saturn... but PS3 was only ever gonna be a Blueray player, media centre for upscaling DVD's to the HD projector and now.. rather nicely.. a digital set top box with Playstation USB tv dongle thingy...

    I've never ever played a game on it.
    Apart from the TV aspect, a Sony BluRay player will now do all that, even has the same interface as a PS3

    Runs a lot quieter and sucks up a lot less juice than a PS3 too (we all know how much you hate power wastage). Would be interesting to get a power meter on my BD player and one on your PS3 while playing a BluRay.

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    Re: PlayStation 4 to go into production in late 2011

    I think it could happen just. So they could undercut the new Microsoft platform

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