The following chart describes the basic differences between various PS3 model numbers. The first part lists the prefix, while the second part lists the suffix.
Combining prefix and suffix allows you to arrive at an actual PS3 model number.
Sharper lines, crisper models, enhanced detail, and even improved frame rates are undeniable (dependent on the game and developer, of course).
For reference I looked at games displayed on my old Play Station 4 on the same 4K TV and then switched over to playing on the PS4 Pro.
I am just happy that the updates are starting to pick up in a short form. 2nd person pushes PS button on 2nd controller and that controller comes on as #2 - minecraft does nothing, the "press start to play" or what ever it used to say no longer appears. If you tap or hold the PS button on the 2nd controller it goes to the PS main screen or to the black screen with the options to power off, switch controller # - that sort of thing - so the controller is working but minecraft gives NO options to go into the split screen mode.
Haven't noticed any major changes as of yet (no added items as of yet) but more than likely, this was just to fix a few small coding bugs as the overall patch was about 29MB. The only thing I have yet to try is Rebuild Database from Recovery Menu. PS I'm not new at this, we have been playing split screen since it 1st cam out for the PS3 - and it DOES NOT WORK.
For starters, the power button has been moved down the sloping front and made mechanical, which means no more accidentally turning your console on or off whenever you adjust its position in your media cabinet (a big pet peeve of mine with the original PS4).
Motionin Joy is a small application that allows you to use the Playstation 3 controller, for lots of users one of the most comfortable of all times, with all the games on your computer.
One wonders what 4K gaming will be like a year or two from now.
The PS4 Pro can also make some games look a bit better on a standard HD TV by improving frame rates and delivering a true 1080p signal – worth knowing if that’s the only kind of TV you own at this point – and it can improve the refresh rate and stability of some Play Station VR games. If you don’t have and don’t plan on buying a 4K set anytime soon, don’t worry about the expense of a PS4 Pro until you do. The PS4 Pro, despite being a tad bigger and heavier than the original PS4 (and a lot larger than the recently launched PS4 slim), has lots of little physical improvements that make it a better box.
Among its features are a tiny bit more slimmer form factor and quieter noise when powered on.
It was released in major territories by September 2009.
The experience was similar to being in an optometrist’s chair and seeing an image that looked fine to start and then suddenly snapped into enhanced focus as the doctor changed lenses. I was under two metres from a 65-inch panel and in many cases the jagged edges I normally see running through diagonal lines at that distance simply disappeared. Add in the wider colour gamut and improved contrast that comes with the PS4 Pro’s support for HDR – I wasn’t able to test this in my home (my Samsung display offers only an HDR effect, which isn’t true HDR) but I’ve seen it in action at several Sony demonstrations prior to the PS4 Pro’s launch, and it noticeably increases detail in dark images and while making colourful scenes more vivid and lifelike – and the PS4 Pro very nearly feels like a jump in generations.