Yasuhiro Ootori, Vice President of mechanical and hardware design at Sony Interactive Entertainment, wanted to give gamers an up-close look at the PlayStation 5 ahead of its release. So, he decided to take a production unit apart, and one thing to note is that switching between vertical or horizontal modes isn’t a push of a button type deal, but rather somewhat complex. As you’re about to see, there’s a special mechanism that needs to be attached or detached from the base of the console. Read more for the video and additional information.
When you remove the panels on the PS5, you’ll discover that inside the console, there’s a neat internal structure that doesn’t have any unnecessary components, while keeping everything ultra efficient. The console looks the way it does due to Sony’s efforts of reducing the noise level and also enhancing the cooling capacity.
- The Guardian allows users to take their Console gaming experience wherever life takes them while providing the highest power, portable performance
- 24" Built-in monitor, 1440p resolution, IPS display, 9ms response time with Overdrive
- Built in streaming tools, accessory Mounts, HDMI out for easy capture or screen sharing
- Proprietary media center with USB Pass through and device charging
- Dynamic sound stage, 9W tuned stereo audio, dual headphone jacks, internal storage for Controller and cables
Although we have faced unprecedented challenges this year with many of us working remotely from home throughout the world, we are pleased to be able to deliver a new transformative experience to you with PS5 this November,” said Sony.