Will The Future PlayStation Support 4K Technology?
Sony’s next video console, which should be released next year is said to support 4K technology. This technology refers to a resolution (horizontal) of 4,000 pixels. These reports come from Boy Genius Report or BGR. Other than that, an early report from the same source also says that Sony plans to release a very big LED TV – an 80-inch 4K television set which would match the console, too.
Of course, these would be extravagant at best, but many avid games would really find a way to buy the latest devices and developments when they are released, right? ……………………………… read more: http://www.webpronews.com/
Does The PlayStation Vita Have Troubling Sales?
Playstation Vita seriously needs a price drop considering that their sales have not improved ever since it was released. It still stands at 2.2 million overall, a far cry from the Nintendo DS, which is at 152 million, and stands as the second top-selling console.
In a world where Apple can easily achieve the 1 million mark in device 24 hours worth of pre-orders, a 2.2 million mark in sales is very measly, especially when it has been in the market for more than six months already. The PS Vita has been released last December 2011 ………………………….. read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/
PlayStation Mobile To Be Available For Asus Tablets?
A PlayStation certification was announced for HTC way back in June. Now, we see Sony extending this scheme to Asus device. Yes, the PS mobile application will eventually be available for Asus Tablets and will allow users to access games especially developed for Sony. Right now there are 40 games developed specially for the mobile gaming platform. To date, access to these platforms are only available for Sony tablets and smart phones but this new change is really welcome and will be due in autumn of 2012.
The PS mobile app will then be available on several of the Asus tabs such as the Transformer Pad Prime, Transformer Pad TF300 and selected mobile phones from HTC …………………….. read more: http://www.digitalversus.com/