PlayStation 4 Slim New Teardown Video Offers In-Depth Look At Its Components

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Sep 6, 2016
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The PlayStation 4 Slim has got to be the console customers know most about before its official announcement, which should be coming during tomorrow’s PlayStation Meeting. If you really cannot wait to learn more about the new PlayStation 4 revision, you will definitely be interested in a new video that’s been made available recently.

The new PlayStation 4 Slim video, shared on YouTube by Links-Tech, is a teardown video which gives viewers an in-depth look at the console’s components.

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As already mentioned, there’s quite a bit we already know about the PS4 Slim. Two weeks ago, a new unboxing video has been made available, showcasing the console’s packaging, slimmer design, new Dual Shock 4 controller, which is slightly different from the regular one and the easier to access HDD bay, which will make upgrading the HDD easier than before.

One of the major improvements that will be included in the PlayStation 4 Slim is support for 5GHz WiFi network connection alongside regular 2.4 GHz wireless band. With the latter now being more crowded than ever, support for 5GHz WiFi network connection is definitely welcome.

Plenty of PlayStation 4 Slim images showcasing the console have surfaced online last month. The images comparing the PlayStation 4 Slim with the regular PS4 show that the new console is much thinner than the original, but the difference isn’t as big as it is with the Xbox One S and the original Xbox One.

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The PlayStation 4 Slim has yet to be unveiled officially, so we don’t know when it will be available for purchase in all regions. More will surely be coming tomorrow during the PlayStation Meeting, so stay tuned for all the latest news on both the PlayStation 4 Slim and the PlayStation 4 Neo.

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