Sony: PS4 still in development, 4K output for video, pix
Posted: 22.02.2013 04:51 by Comments: 2
Sony promoted the PlayStation 4 during the "See the Future" presentation on the 20th February, but never actually showed the console in the two hours of the conference.

SCEA CEO Jack Tretton admitted there was a reason for that: the console isn't ready. According to Tretton, "weíre certainly capable of showing playable game content, but we donít have a mass-production box that we can bring out and pull out. Thatís still in development in terms of final specs and design."

Tretton then claimed that it didn't matter, saying "You certainly look at it when you insert a disc, but for most people, itís behind a cabinet or on a shelf somewhere and you spend all your time looking at the screen. And we wanted to show people the screen."

""We donít have a mass-production box that we can bring out and pull out."

Tretton also revealed that the 4K output would only be for photos and video, not for games. He also "hoped" that the price would be lower than the PlayStation 3's $599 USD launch price.
Source: The Verge
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By HenoKutus (SI Elite) on Feb 22, 2013
We want to see the console as well.
By CytoToxicProxy (SI Veteran Member) on Feb 23, 2013
That's like telling me I should only be concerned with the windows O.S displayed on my monitor and not the hardware inside my computer. I find that reprehensible.