In terms of appearance, the ps4 retains the tradition of Sony's game consoles, with a slender body and a good impression of the handle scoring high inside. xbox, although making big changes in appearance, is a bit like a high-end DVD or amplifier, but of course the needs of each family and the aesthetics are different. We have to consider it according to our own aesthetics. There are those who like the stylish newness of the vertical. There are those who prefer the elegance and high-end of the horizontal style. In terms of performance experience, the PS4 Pro has an AMD custom Jaguar octa-core 2.1GHz processor; the GPU has 32 computing units at 911MHz with 4.2TFLOPS floating point capability; it has 8GB of GDDR5 memory with a bandwidth of 218GB/s. The Xbox has an AMD custom Jaguar octa-core 2.3GHz The Xbox has an AMD custom Jaguar octa-core 2.3GHz processor, a GPU with 40 computing units at 1172MHz and 6TFLOPS of floating point power, and 12GB of GDDR5 memory with 326GB/s of bandwidth, 9GB of which is used directly for gaming. In this respect, the Xbox's performance level is significantly higher than that of the PS4, which is no wonder that we usually see Microsoft advertising their products to such a great extent.
But good performance is only one aspect of a console, and for the sake of objectivity, we must look at all aspects of it.
Many brands are pursuing or emphasising "native 4K" in terms of picture quality, but Sony's PS4 seems to be a little more understated in this respect, and with the PS4 Pro's performance not progressing very much, achieving true "native 4K" is currently out of reach. The PS4 Pro has been optimised to 4K through a tessellation interpolation technique that relies on algorithms to optimise lower resolution graphics to 4K, and after so much time, it's hard to fault the visual experience of gamers when actually playing. For Microsoft the Xbox's performance is truly stunning to the crowds. Open a game at random and the HD picture quality in 4K is almost fake-like, especially the rendering of the game environments which can be described as perfect. With such a high image quality but still maintaining a frame rate of 60 fps when playing, you have to admit that it's really powerful. In terms of price point, there is definitely a price difference between the two, with the Xbox's $399 price tag being a full $100 higher than that of the PS4, so the price difference brings these two hotly anticipated gaming consoles back to even. The companies have their own considerations and plans for this move. The best choice for us is to choose according to our own needs and circumstances. After comparing several key aspects, I think we have already made up our own minds about the two consoles and made our own decisions. But when choosing or according to your own considerations, price is also a very important point. Each console is certainly the best for its own home game compatibility and performance. If you like Sony games and Japanese games, then it is good to choose the PS4 which has a very good price/performance ratio. If you like European and American games, or exclusive Microsoft titles, or have the ultimate in gaming graphics performance then you definitely need an xbox. If you have a good gaming console then do you also want a more sci-fi VR headset, the Oculus. We all want a more realistic immersive experience. To be precise, we want to step into the world of gaming, so a good VR headset is the gateway to the virtual world of gaming. It also corresponds to the very hot topic of "metaverse" today. As a pioneer of the 'metaverse', Facebook acquired Oculus back in 2014, which is a testament to its expertise in the VR field. What can we do when we have an Oculus VR headset? With this lightweight headset, we can play games, watch interactive movies, visit people or other places in virtual reality. It also has a built-in headset that supports 3D audio. This headset allows us to feel the sound from all directions in the virtual world, giving us the same feeling as in reality. The built-in microphone allows us to communicate with others during games and other activities, making it feel very realistic. The sensors that come with the headset are placed in front of us when we use the headset, and they capture our body movements and apply them to the virtual world, allowing us to match our movements in the real world with those of the virtual world. And they also bundled an Xbox gamepad for our button needs to play traditional games. It also comes with an infinite remote control that allows us to navigate and switch between different interfaces in the virtual world. With such a complete kit, we can enter the virtual world with total immersion, which is cool to think about.