The PlayStation 5 will gain a line of TVs specially developed for the console and cutting-edge technologies
The arrival of a new generation of consoles always moves the electronics market, and the PlayStation 5 could not escape that rule. THE Sony recently unveiled two models of televisions “prepared” for the upcoming console, and they are integrated with what is best for gamers.
Starting with the most basic device, if we can say so, the Bravia X900H (X90H/XH90 Series) comes with a resolution in 4K, HDR factory, 120Hz, input lag 7.2 ms and high contrast technology support Full Array LED.
On the other hand, its older sister, the Bravia Z8H (ZH8) will have the amazing resolution 8K, and the same specifications as above. In addition, both come equipped with the Acoustic Multi-Audio, technology that uses television speaker placement to improve sound quality in PlayStation 5 games.
Sony TVs are known to generally have the input lag relatively high, that is, the difference between sending the image through the console until it arrives on the television. If this discrepancy is too high, it will result in gameplay delays. The best example can be felt in shooting games like Call of Duty, which need commands executed instantly. However, Sony has ensured that televisions will have very low latencies.
Furthermore, they will come equipped with the resource Bravia Game Mode, which upon detecting your PlayStation 5, will immediately go into low latency mode to optimize the players’ experience. Another really cool dynamic is the fact that Dualshock 5 serve as a remote control for the appliances.
Although technologically fascinating, the models come at very high prices. The X900H will be released for $999.99, while the Z8H will be available for a playful $5,999.99 on the 75-inch model, and $8,999.99 on the 85-inch.
Meanwhile, the PlayStation 5 still doesn’t have an official release date, but it will arrive later this year. The fifth console in the PlayStation family will feature some interesting games in its early years of life. The acclaimed remake of demon’s souls, developed by Bluepoint Games (Shadow of the Colossus Remake), doesn’t seem to be that far from hitting stores.
On the other hand, sequences like MARVEL’S Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the stunning Horizon: Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and the unprecedented Godfall they will populate the island’s library. Not counting, of course, acclaimed third parties, such as Resident Evil Village, cyberpunk 2077 and Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.
The PlayStation 5 will have a more minimalist design, in white color, having versions with and without disc, and will have as one of the main highlights a super fast SSD, which promises to change loading dynamics for the gaming world.
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