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Ps4 pro +New Dualshock 4 controller +PS4 Analogue Thumb Grips £363.71 Shopto

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Found 1st Feb
Ps4 pro bundle

Ps4 pro 344.86
New Dualshock 17
PS4 Analogue Thumb Grips 1.85

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PS4 Pro - The Super-Charged PS4 The World's Most Powerful Console* 
---Dynamic 4K Gaming & 4K Entertainment* 
---HDR Technology supporting vibrant, more lifelike colour* 
---Support for faster frame rates and super-sharp action* 
---PS4. Britain's Best Selling Console 2014-2016*.

*"Most powerful" means when compared to other consoles on the market on 10.11.2016. Compatible 4K HDR TV required for 4K and HDR support. Dynamic 4K gaming outputted by graphic rendering or upscaled to 4K resolution; support varies by game title. 4K entertainment via 4K video streaming services only. HDR and faster frame rates not supported by all games and video content. "Best Selling" is based on UK sales of all consoles 02/01/14 to 05/11/16. 

PlayStation 4 Pro allows games to deliver far more detail and unprecedented visual precision. 

KEY FEATURES

SPECTACULAR GRAPHICS

4K TV owners can experience higher quality visuals, such as 4K quality resolution*1, as well as faster and more stable frame rates. HD TV users will also enjoy enhanced gameplay experiences on PS4 titles in 1080p, along with higher and more stable frame rates.

ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE

Double the power*2 with an incredible combination of visual quality and performance in a console.

ENHANCED GAMEPLAY

Supporting faster frame rates*3 for super-sharp and smoother on-screen action.

HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE (HDR) TECHNOLOGY

Visuals are more realistic, strikingly vivid and truer to what the human eye sees in the real world.ULTIMATE SHARE PLAY AND REMOTE PLAY Share or stream your games in stunning detail with visuals of up to 1080p and 60fps.

MORE CONNECTIONS

Features 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi mode options and HDMI 2.0 output.

TWO CONSOLES, ONE PS4 FAMILY

Connect with friends on PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 4

consoles, and hook up with the biggest online community

of players with PlayStation Plus.

GAMES

All games are fully cross-compatible with PS4 Pro and PS4,

and players compete online in the same multiplayer ecosystem.

Product Dimensions (w/h/d)

Approx. 327mm x 265mm x 55mm

Packaging Dimensions (w/h/d)

Approx. 466mm x 378mm x 122mm

18 Comments

Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's selling well but not ps4 slim numbers.

vhero

Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's … Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's selling well but not ps4 slim numbers.



Same here. Couple months away from getting a 4K HDR tv and I am in no rush to buy the pro until then. (Have the original PS4). But ideally I'd want a great games bundle, different colour console (not a fan of black consoles.... but boring and typical for me) or a larger hard drive (save buying separately. Guessing E3 they will have a new edition for sure. Add a bit of spice before the Scorpio comes out.

yeah I gave in and bought the Game bundle yesterday, full RRP with infamous and 2 months now TV movies.
I had been holding out for a good deal after getting messed about on eBay, but have the bizarre luxury of a Saturday all to myself this week as not working till the evening and the missus is taking the kids off for the day.
can't wait to test it out on the finlux 4k TV I got on sunday

Banned

vhero

Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's … Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's selling well but not ps4 slim numbers.



I thin that's why there isn't bundles, they're selling pretty well quite a few places are sold or selling out, then only getting drips and drabs of stock

vhero

Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's … Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's selling well but not ps4 slim numbers.



Probably horizon. Most of the games that have been patched for the pro haven't performed as favourably as they have on the base model so far...maybe that's why. Horizon is Sony's first published game since the pro released, and by the looks of it, the framerate alot more stable on the pro so will no doubt end up being a showcase for the console.

Either that or the marketing team is too busy trying to figure out how to sell VR this year.

I've been waiting for a bundle, but now I have no money lol....

bleachedsmiles

Probably horizon. Most of the games that have been patched for the pro … Probably horizon. Most of the games that have been patched for the pro haven't performed as favourably as they have on the base model so far...maybe that's why. Horizon is Sony's first published game since the pro released, and by the looks of it, the framerate alot more stable on the pro so will no doubt end up being a showcase for the console.Either that or the marketing team is too busy trying to figure out how to sell VR this year.



Most of the games? there were nearly 50 on release and only around 5 had frame drop issues, some of those had issues on both consoles, some were so minor you wouldn't have even noticed if it wasn't for Digital Foundry.

Pretty much all the games I have are patched for Pro support and none of them have a single problem, Titanfall 2 launched with pro support on the disc and its as smooth as butter.

Its not exactly unusual for there to be bugs with new hardware, it takes time for developers to learn how far they can push the envelope.

blanka

But ideally I'd want a great games bundle, different colour console (not … But ideally I'd want a great games bundle, different colour console (not a fan of black consoles.... but boring and typical for me) or a larger hard drive (save buying separately..



I don't see any larger drives being sold in the direct future, especially not the faster drives. If you want more storage, you should buy the 2TB FireCuda which is a faster drive. You can buy it for your current PS4, enjoy faster loading times and larger storage. Then when the Pro comes out all you need to do is to swap the drives and enjoy your Pro with the better loading times

luffydude

I don't see any larger drives being sold in the direct future, especially … I don't see any larger drives being sold in the direct future, especially not the faster drives. If you want more storage, you should buy the 2TB FireCuda which is a faster drive. You can buy it for your current PS4, enjoy faster loading times and larger storage. Then when the Pro comes out all you need to do is to swap the drives and enjoy your Pro with the better loading times



I've already purchased a new 2TB for my old PlayStation. But I can't find the old one to install. Was going to sell it with the bigger one. But I could buy a small one to sell in its place. Just a pain re formatting it. But will look into it.
Cheers

luffydude

I don't see any larger drives being sold in the direct future, especially … I don't see any larger drives being sold in the direct future, especially not the faster drives. If you want more storage, you should buy the 2TB FireCuda which is a faster drive. You can buy it for your current PS4, enjoy faster loading times and larger storage. Then when the Pro comes out all you need to do is to swap the drives and enjoy your Pro with the better loading times



I don't disagree with your choice in drive, but it does have its limitations as it only has 8GB of NAND, these drives learn what to cache overtime but as I said there's an 8GB limit, say your playing two different games with nearly 8GB of data to load, when you go back to the other game your back to standard drive speeds again.

I would probably still use one myself if I upgraded

Watch from 2.28m onward to see what I mean, or watch the whole video.

youtube.com/wat….be

Edited by: "4Real2016" 1st Feb

It baffles me why they don't make a drive with a little more memory, even if your pc gaming (which they would sell more drives for, gaming wise) the games tend to use 8gb+ and then there's an operating system to consider every time you boot up.

I think 32gb at least would be good for ps4/xbox certainly, PC could maybe even use more. I have just a 250gb SSD in my PC but would need at least 2TB for the PS Pro and then its not really viable. NAND is at a price point where the difference between 8gb and 32gb is hardly anything now and pairing that with a 2TB drive would be great and viable price wise.

Edit: their all monkeys I tell you, could do better myself
Edited by: "ricky1234561" 2nd Feb

4Real2016

I don't disagree with your choice in drive, but it does have its … I don't disagree with your choice in drive, but it does have its limitations as it only has 8GB of NAND, these drives learn what to cache overtime but as I said there's an 8GB limit, say your playing two different games with nearly 8GB of data to load, when you go back to the other game your back to standard drive speeds again.I would probably still use one myself if I upgraded :)Watch from 2.28m onward to see what I mean, or watch the whole video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hftHjOvcUtc&feature=youtu.be



I never get that comment "it only has 8GB". I mean, do you people honestly think that every time a game does a loading it's pulling over 40GB ????

That's not how it works at all. And for games where you die and repeat the same section over and over again such as Bloodborne, the increased performance is very very noticeable. It was a pain playing Bloodborne and Witcher before I got my drive, now it's so much better

Just watch this video youtube.com/wat…Utc

Edit: lol just found out you osted the same video
Edited by: "luffydude" 2nd Feb

Heat. This is a step forward toward something I would buy. I traded enough stuff in with Game in the months leading up to Black Friday and Xmas to afford a ps4 pro and was hoping for a 'good' deal but it never emerged. Still have the credit. Still waiting on the deal.

vhero

Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's … Still shocked there is no game bundles yet with the pro console. It's selling well but not ps4 slim numbers.



is that not to be expected though? The Slim is down toward 50% of the price of the Pro and then you've been able to get a game or two thrown in... I don't think it a fair comparison. I see the Slim as existing (old?) tech re-housed in a prettier parcel whereas the Pro is a step forward. What would sales look like if they were the same price.

luffydude

I never get that comment "it only has 8GB". I mean, do you people … I never get that comment "it only has 8GB". I mean, do you people honestly think that every time a game does a loading it's pulling over 40GB ????That's not how it works at all. And for games where you die and repeat the same section over and over again such as Bloodborne, the increased performance is very very noticeable. It was a pain playing Bloodborne and Witcher before I got my drive, now it's so much betterJust watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hftHjOvcUtcEdit: lol just found out you osted the same video



I was very specific with what I wrote, I said if they have nearly 8GB of data to load, I didn't say 40GB, I know it doesn't load the whole game.

Look, say your playing two games and one has a 5GB load and the other has a 5GB load then both can't be stored in the NAND flash in their entirety at the same time, if your playing multiple games then your not going to get the same initial load times when you load a different game, not in the same way as you do with an SSD, if your playing the same game every time then great its always going to be stored in the NAND.

Your example with Bloodborne and Witcher 3 are exactly where these drives work great, I actually wrote that originally but decided the post was to long.

4Real2016

I was very specific with what I wrote, I said if they have nearly 8GB of … I was very specific with what I wrote, I said if they have nearly 8GB of data to load, I didn't say 40GB, I know it doesn't load the whole game.Look, say your playing two games and one has a 5GB load and the other has a 5GB load then both can't be stored in the NAND flash in their entirety at the same time, if your playing multiple games then your not going to get the same initial load times when you load a different game, not in the same way as you do with an SSD, if your playing the same game every time then great its always going to be stored in the NAND.Your example with Bloodborne and Witcher 3 are exactly where these drives work great, I actually wrote that originally but decided the post was to long.



So you're agreeing with me anyway.

Unless you swap games like a madman, you are always going to get repeated loads in pretty much every game thus the speed increase.

I bought Mortal Kombat X last week and all my fights were loading much much quicker than the let's plays that I've seen on Youtube

luffydude

So you're agreeing with me anyway. Unless you swap games like a madman, … So you're agreeing with me anyway. Unless you swap games like a madman, you are always going to get repeated loads in pretty much every game thus the speed increase.I bought Mortal Kombat X last week and all my fights were loading much much quicker than the let's plays that I've seen on Youtube



Yes I agree, but as I said originally it has its limitations, especially when compared to SSD.

Its not that hard to understand you can only fit so much in 8GB of NAND before its kicks something out to make room for something else.

I just like people to have all the facts up front, Seagate don't exactly advertise the actual NAND size.

did you lot hear? next ps4 update adds external hard drive support for games
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