I’ve never played a PlayStation 4 Pro at all, so I don’t have a good grasp on how it performs.

But I did manage to play some of Sony’s biggest games on it.

Here’s how it feels.

The first thing you notice is the improved frame rate.

Sony has managed to bring down the number of frames rendered per second (fps) from a game’s 1080p to just over 1,300fps, which should be more than enough to play most games at 1080p, even at high settings.

The result is smoother animations, smoother character models, smoother facial animations, and a few other tweaks to the way the game renders.

But the biggest difference between this version of PS4 Pros and the standard PS4 is the controller.

Sony’s new Pro controller is smaller and lighter than the PS4’s standard PS3 one.

The Pro has an extra-wide grip that lets you move the controller around, and the thumbsticks are now also curved to better accommodate the wider grip of the new Pro.

The PS4s DualShock 4 controller is also now much smaller than its predecessor, though it’s still big enough for most people.

Sony hasn’t done away with the standard DualShock buttons on the Pro, but the standard buttons now have three rows instead of two.

These three rows are the standard pad, analog stick, and shoulder buttons.

They can be pressed individually, and you can also press one row up and one row down for a wider range of motion.

You can also hold down the two sticks in tandem to control the gamepad.

Sony’s PS4Pro controller is just smaller and thinner than the standard Pro controller.

Sony has also made some subtle changes to how the Pro controller’s triggers work.

Instead of simply moving the thumbstick left and right, the triggers now rotate with a different axis.

This makes the PS Pro’s triggers a bit easier to use and a little less clunky.

The new triggers also have a new twist to them, which is where they’ll sit on the PS 4 Pro when the controller is in motion: they’ll rotate at a 45 degree angle to the direction you’re facing.

This can be helpful when playing with an Xbox One controller, for example, or when using an Xbox controller with a DualShock controller.

The standard PS Pro controller also has a slight redesign.


of two buttons at the bottom and left of the controller, Sony’s Pro now has three buttons.

It’s easier to hold in one hand, and it also has one thumbstick that can be used to play all the standard triggers.

It also has three thumbsticks for the analogue stick, but it’s not a joy to hold the two left- and right-stick triggers.

Sony also updated the DualShock4 controller’s buttons with a slightly different layout, which makes it easier to grip the controller in the palm.

The buttons are now angled toward the front of the pad, rather than towards the back.

The thumbsticks have moved a bit closer to the side of the thumbpad, making it easier for people to hold them.

This new controller also includes two buttons on each side of it.

The DualShock button on the right is used to select the game you want to play and the DualPS4 button on your left is used for the controller’s volume buttons.

Both buttons are positioned slightly higher than they were before, and they are also much wider than they are on the standard controller.

The bottom-left button is also used to control PS4 games, but now it’s on the left side instead of the right.

The PlayStation 4 pro also has the option to switch between the left and the right Joystick and DualShock pad simultaneously.

The new Pro has a lot of new features, including a better screen and new wireless charging technologies that Sony claims will help speed up game downloads.

These include an improved wireless charging system that uses Bluetooth, an improved controller interface that supports a much larger array of sensors, and more powerful processors and chipsets.

The PS4 PRO is the first console to include an upgraded controller, but this upgrade isn’t a one-time thing.

In fact, the PSN controller is now called the Dual DualShock, and its included software has been updated to match the PSPro’s.

But while the new controller looks a bit bigger than the DualSpike Pro, it’s also a lot smaller.

It measures just 10.8mm x 11.6mm x 6mm.

That’s a little smaller than the Xbox One Pro, which measures 19.5mm x 20.5thmm x 7mm.

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