By this time all of us might have been pretty aware of the error on the PlayStation 4. Soon after release, users started complaining about the error which stopped their consoles from showing any display and this happened after the console had displayed a blue light which is supposed to go white after it has turned on.
No matter how powerful and helpful with gaming, this feature wasn’t so obviously exploited by manufacturers and Sony who was previously using it, has dropped support and is not featuring it in the DualShock 4 controller.
Many people have been wondering why Sony’s next-gen PlayStation 4 console will cost significantly more in Brazil than anywhere else in the world. Many people speculated that local retailers or Sony were price gouging and taking advantage, but that seems to not be the case.
The PS4 controller will be offering basic functions of Analog Sticks and General Inputs out of the box and the advanced features will be added up later on. These will include the Analog Triggers, Motion Detector and the Light Strip. As compared to this, the Xbox still has a long way to go as its PC compatibility won’t be launched till the next year (2014).
Sony, the world leading manufacturer of electronic devices, has given a glimpse of the next generation Premium MDR 10 headband headphones. Sony looks forward to deliver the most premium quality of the sound to the users with amazing technological features.
Sony’s soon-to-release camera flagship device, which was once rumored by the name Honami and has been up till now, will be eventually called Xperia Z One. The news was leaked by a renowned XDA-Developers user, who has provided some leaks about the previous Xperia models as well.
We came across quite an interesting report yesterday, declaring the information came from a “very well sited anonymous source”. The source claims that Sony could be all ready to announce a bundle of the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita for “around $500″ and if this actually turns out to be true it could really blow off Microsoft, since Microsoft is too planning the release of Xbox One.
Yes! You got that right. The two industry giants are going to work on a new format together. Panasonic and Sony have made a step further in a strategic partnership to develop a new type of optical disc which has a recording capacity of at least 300GB and shall be released by the end of 2015. Even though it’s known that optical discs can’t compete with the speed of Flash memory or even Hard Disk Drives, the companies still quarrel that their physical properties definitely make them a better medium for archiving and long-term storage.
According to an analyst of Robert W. Baird, it is most likely that gamers will experience initial shortages during the launch of PlayStation 3 and Xbox One. Complexity involved in each system’s planned launch is being considered one of the main reasons behind the shortages, since its these two new consoles are getting an over whelming response/demand from the users resulting in huge number of pre-orders already. It is definitely creating a complex situation for the companies.