PlayStation 4 Design is Both Eco-Friendly and Smart

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Joseph Dumary is a name you’ve seen before on this website and now he’s back with a concept console: the PlayStation 4. This device is very eco-friendly, as it uses up 0 watts in standby mode and comes with an ECO Restart function, that allows you save the game and then turn off the console for a quick later play without extra load.

This PlayStation 4 concept is made of 60% recycled materials and features a magnesium alloy and carbon, that makes the device very light (2.1 KG). Its total power usage is about 90 watts, that’s very reasonable. The Sony PS4 you see here is compatible with the PS Vita, that you can use to remote control the new desktop console and browse the Internet or play games from the distance.

This model is also compatible with the Sony S1 and S2 tablets, in case you’re wondering. Its specifications are superb and include a 1.5TB HDD, full 3D 4K2K compatibility, DLNA, 3D Blu-ray support, USB 3.0 connectivity, Bravia Sync, Qriocity, Cloud Saving and much more. There will also be a special Play 4 controller with a light sensor and an option to adjust the rigidity of the analog sticks. Overall this is a beautiful product, that I hope someday will become reality.