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The PS4 Pro is finally here, and it’s getting a big boost in gaming power.

According to a new survey from Eurogamer, the PS5 Pro is currently the most powerful console currently available for gaming, with more than 5,000 games currently available.

In fact, that number includes the top-selling titles on PlayStation Store.

The PlayStation 5 Pro is a 5.2-inch display that uses OLED technology for brightness and viewing angles, which makes it easier to use than the older PS4 and PS4 Slim.

It also has HDR support that makes it even better than the PS Vita, the only console to have HDR capabilities.

In comparison, the PlayStation 4 Pro can’t display HDR.

It’s the only other console that can display HDR without the use of a special power brick.

It’s also got a bunch of additional enhancements, including new gaming technologies like the PS Eye, a sensor that detects motion and triggers voice commands that can be controlled from a controller.

It features the same image quality and frame rate as the PS 4 Pro, but the Eye will also have a 3D effect that will be displayed on your TV, unlike the PS Vision, which can only show a 3-D image.

That’s great for people who have trouble seeing 3D in 3D, and the Eye works with a variety of games.

The PS5 is also getting a few other improvements, including support for 4K gaming, which is only available on the Xbox One X and the PlayStation VR.

There are also some other improvements that have been added to the console, like improved motion-tracking, a new PS Eye camera, and improved game streaming.

The new hardware also brings improvements to the PS Plus membership program, which includes new discounts and more.

The PS Plus is an optional subscription that gives you a free year of PlayStation Plus for every new purchase.

You can still buy games, but it’s a subscription that is a little more expensive, so you might not want to take it out every once in a while.

The other major upgrade on the PlayStation 5 is the new GPU.

The base PS5 has a 64-bit chip that has been updated to be a dual-core design, which means it has 64 threads, instead of 32 threads, for graphics performance.

The new GPU has four cores, each running at a clock speed of 1.2GHz, which improves performance for video and physics.

This also makes the GPU more efficient than the previous PS4 GPU.

It should also be easier to run games with higher graphics settings than the old PS4 graphics card.

The upgraded GPU also doubles the power of the PS VR.

The graphics cards that power VR games and VR headsets now have 8GB of GDDR5 RAM instead of 6GB, which helps reduce power consumption for VR games.

In addition, the GDDR5 memory on the new PS VR should have better performance when compared to the old graphics cards.

The hardware also has some other minor tweaks and updates.

The camera on the console now has a new LED flash instead of a red one.

The headset’s display now has the ability to adjust its brightness to match the light source.

The screen on the front of the console also has a different look to it.

And, finally, there’s a new logo that’s coming to the controller port on the bottom of the controller.

The next PS5 launch is the PSX lineup of games, which will include a bunch more games, including a lot of indie titles.

Sony has announced a bunch less indie titles on the platform, but those will include games like The Last of Us Remastered, an upcoming sci-fi adventure game called Horizon: Zero Dawn, and a new sci-tech title called Horizon Zero Dawn 2.