PlayStation 5 is not yet a year on its back, meanwhile Sony has already developed a new console revision that introduces several improvements to the original model. However, these are not big changes.
Many gamers still have a big problem with purchasing a console PlayStation 5because as soon as new batches of the device reach stores, they sell out quickly and often find their way to auction portals, where they can be purchased at much less attractive prices. However, people who have managed to get their copy recently may feel a bit disappointed with the fact that the refreshed version of this equipment is about to appear on the market. However, looking at the corrections, there is hardly anything to regret.
Sony has developed a new revision of the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition console, which introduces several improvements to the original model.
It looks like in the new model marked with the number CFI-1100B01 there were only minor changes. First, Sony managed to reduce the weight of the console by about 300 grams. And considering how difficult it is to get a PlayStation 5, it's not hard to imagine that some lucky owners might be carrying this hardware more often than normal (e.g. to a friend's house). After all, it is hardly a significant change that affects the gaming experience. How Sony slimmed down the PS5 remains a mystery, however. In line with the offers of stores that appeared in Japan, the CFI-1100B01 also has a knurled screw in the base, which makes it easy to mount the base without the use of tools. And that's all when it comes to the revealed changes.
It's still possible, however, that Sony has improved the cooling in an effort to reduce weight (after all, the console has a huge cooling fan), but this is only speculation and nothing has been confirmed about it. The revised PlayStation 5 Digital Edition is due to be released in Japan later this month. The equipment is still equipped with the same 8-core Zen 2 processor clocked up to 3.5 GHz, the same RDNA 2 graphics with 32 computing units clocked up to 2.23 GHz, the same 16 GB of GDDR6 memory and 512 MB of DDR4 RAM and the same NVMe SSD with a capacity of 825 GB.
Interestingly, however, it seems that only the digital version has been changed and not the regular PS5 with a built-in Blu-ray drive. Either way, if you've managed to get your PS5 (regular or digital edition), you don't have to worry about missing out on the revised version.
We stand by the rights of the original author of the post, no matter what. We always respect and prioritize the copyright of the content and always include the original link of the source article. If the author of the original article has any issue with it, just leave a report below, we’ll edit it or delete it. Whatever it takes. We will make it right as quickly as possible to protect the rights of the author.
Thank you very much! Best regards!