PS4 Dev Kit FCC Filing, Shows What The Dev Kit Looks Like & Max Clock Speed
Sony finally showed the PS4 console at E3, to many gamers delight, and now we seem to getting to have a look at what developers will have to have sat next to them for the next 8 years.
It describes the model being DUH-D1000AA, I guess that’s what the new generations model number will be. )The console is tested for Bluetooth and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi radios. The console will maintain a temperature of 5-35 degrees celsius, if you’re getting bored of me describing, here’s a screenshot of the description box on the listing.
And here’s a picture of the dev kit according to the filing:
Well doesn’t it look a tad familiar like this leak that came out back in February?
Although I noticed some slight differences, 2 USB ports not 3, and no Playstation logo, also the left hand side of that black square has gone walkies, can one of the commenters clarify what it is please? I would say it’s a power source for an actual PS4 console, but we all know it uses an 8 cable. (Which I’m pretty surprised about it’s low power to be honest)
Also, I left a comment in response to tonakai’s article regarding his poor experiences, my comment was saying how he suggested getting a hard case for it, the one he suggested damaged my Vita and left small marks which make it look terrible, get any other hard case but that:
Yup, these are mirrored on the other side and also around the front screen, and around the back touchpad as well.
Also, I admire the person who drew the dev kit on Autocad, if you have ever used it, you know it is a pain in the place that I’d get fired for blogging if I said it to work with (given he’s a professional and it probably took him 4 minutes though)