In the run-up to the launch of the highly anticipated next-generation PlayStation 4 console, Sony has released a new demonstration video showing how the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita can be connected using the new Remote Play feature.
When the PlayStation 4 launches in under 2 weeks owners will need to download a day one firmware patch to enable the Sony Remote Play feature and if you have already downloaded the latest PS Vita update which Sony released earlier this week your handheld console is already to go.
Sony first unveiled their new PlayStation 4 Remote Play feature earlier this year during the Tokyo Game Show but no information was revealed on how the two consoles actually made the connection. To find out more watch the new Sony video demonstration which was published to YouTube today revealing how the magic works.
To re-cap the Sony PlayStation 4 console will be equipped with 8-cores of AMD Jaguar processing power supported by 8GB of GDDR5 RAM together with a next generation AMD Radeon graphics card to process your games graphics.
The PS4 comes equipped with a 500GB internal storage drive that can be increase if nesscessary, together with 2 x USB 3.0 ports, and 1 x AUX port, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, and HDMI port.
The PlayStation 4 console launches on November 15th 2013 in the US and slightly later throughout Europe on November 29th 2013. The Sony PlayStation 4 console is priced at $399, €399, and £349 depending on your location. In the box the PlayStation 4 system will include 1 x Wireless controller (DualShock 4), 1 x Mono headset, 1 x AC power cord, 1 x HDMI cable and 1 x USB cable.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Playstation, Top News