It looks like an imaginary console I would have drawn at age 13. I don't care that the devkit looks that way but wanting the retail product to look anything like this? I hope you're trolling.
I don't want the final design to look 1:1 like this, but to keep the V-shape.
Hard to go back to USB-A and flipping it around 3 times to get the right orientation once you've seen how damn satisfying USB-C on both ends of the cable is but hey I guess I'll take it on the controller only at least.
It looks like absolute dogshit, you can't possibly be serious!
Of course not. It'll be something way more mainstream. It would be cool if they kept the V some way, though (like Microsoft kept the X in the design of their first Xbox).
Technically Sony could do some custom power charging thing using USB-A that the port was never designed for, but yeah USB-C and Power Delivery would be a better way of doing fast charging as it would work with other standard USB-C chargers.
usb-c was confirmed in the latest wired article.
Also, we don't know what will be on the final console, or even what ports will be on the back.Technically Sony could do some custom power charging thing using USB-A that the port was never designed for, but yeah USB-C and Power Delivery would be a better way of doing fast charging as it would work with other standard USB-C chargers.
Going USB-C to USB-C would also allow transfer speeds of 20 Gbps, USB-A is going to cap that at 10 Gbps for external drives.
He's referring to the USB ports on the console itself, which are still USB-Ausb-c was confirmed in the latest wired article.
The next-gen controller uses a USB Type-C connector for charging (and you can play through the cable as well). Its larger-capacity battery and haptics motors make the new controller a bit heavier than the DualShock 4, but Aoki says it will still come in a bit lighter than the current Xbox controller "with batteries in it."
He played the thing back in april maybe the DS5 prototype had a lightbar at that time.