Always wanted a transparent PlayStation 4 console that allowed you to see how the internals worked? One modder was also curious and just so happened to have the skills to make it a reality. This console was first released back on November 15, 2013 in North America and has seen several iterations, like the Slim / Pro models, before being discontinued in January 2021. Read more to see what a special edition console could have looked like.
Sure, it would have looked a lot nicer if these were glass panels, but acrylic is most certainly an easier material to work with. Look inside, and you can see the AMD central processing unit (CPU) + graphics processing unit (GPU), Blu-ray optical drive, Wi-Fi module, Ethernet port, Bluetooth controller, and two USB 3.0 ports.
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