Sony Vision S Electric Car CES
Sony isn’t synonymous with electric vehicles, but VISION-S will most certainly make a splash if it becomes a reality. Debuted at CES 2020, this electric car comes equipped with 33 sensors, including CMOS image sensors, time-of-flight sensors embedded within the vehicle to detect + recognize people, and a solid-state LiDAR to measure 3D distances in real time. Read more for two videos and additional information.

PlayStation 2 Portable
This PlayStation 2 Portable is unlike most of the homemade versions you’ve probably seen in the past, and it costs nearly as much as two brand new Nintendo Switch consoles. Why? Well, this is not just your basic handheld running a PS2 emulator, but it actually uses a real Sony PlayStation 2 motherboard with support for every game ever released. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.

PS5 DualShock Controller
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Sony filed a patent on June 20, 2019 for an ‘input device’ and it was just published on December 26, 2019 in the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) database. The patent sketches reveal a missing PlayStation button, along with two buttons on the left and two on the right rear. Both sides have a large movable button that you can be slid up and down, along with a smaller button that can be pressed. Read more for the patent sketches and additional information.

Sony Xperia 6
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Sony’s Xperia 5 successor appears to have been leaked ahead of Mobile World Congress 2020 in Barcelona, and it may pack a Snapdragon 765 chipset. A recent Geekbench test result surfaced with the name ‘K8220’, and since all of Sony’s 2019 handsets had a J designation, then K is the most logical letter for the 2020 phones. The said test shows an 8-core Qualcomm processor, the same identifier as found on the Oppo Reno3 Pro 5G, which wcomes with a Snapdragon 765G. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Sony DualShock 5 Controller PS5
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Designer Giuseppe Spinelli gives us a possible first look at the production DualShock 5 controller as he created the render you see above based on patent sketches filed by Sony in Japan. As you can see, this version does not have a light bar, but does sport a USB port along with larger triggers and smaller analog sticks. Read more for a video and additional information.

Nintendo PlayStation Prototype
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The Super NES CD-ROM platform was developed in a partnership between Nintendo and Sony. It was planned to be launched as both an add-on for the standard SNES, as well as a hybrid console by Sony called “Nintendo PlayStation”. Heritage Auctions has one of these ultra rare prototypes and will auction it off beginning on February 27, 2020 without a reserve price. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Sony PS5 New Design Wedge Shape
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Some gamers don’t find the PS5 devkit design aesthetically pleasing, but ResetEra user Crimson Nocturne may have a solution, as they’ve given the production console a more wedge-shaped look. Out back, there’s a large ventilation grille, an Ethernet connector (RJ45 8-pin), two PlayStation extension ports, an optical audio out connector, an HDMI out, and an AC input for the power cable. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Godfall Sony PS5
Godfall is the first PS5 game announced, and its developers, Counterplay Games, aims to reforge the fantasy ARPG-style loot progression and third-person melee combat into a whole new genre: The Looter-Slasher. Simply put, it’s one-part gear driven and the other player-skill driven. This game retains the desire for offense-oriented, mastery-driven combat, rewarding you with loot that then inspires your next set of character builds. Read more for the reveal trailer and additional information.

Sony PS5 Pro
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Microsoft is rumored to be releasing two next-generation Xbox Scarlett models in stores next winter, including a more affordable disc-less model, but Sony may have something up their sleeves as well in the form of a PS5 Pro. This console was first mentioned back in September when Japanese journalist Zenji Nishikawa stated that a Pro model would be revealed at the same time as the PS5. Read more for a video and additional information.

PlayStation 5 DualShock Controller
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Unlike its predecessor, the PS5’s new controller will allegedly have adaptive triggers that can change resistance as necessary, like when pulling an arrow back in a game. Plus, it’s rumored to have strong haptic feedback through voice coil actuators, which together with an improved built-in speaker, is intended to give better in-game feedback. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.