PS5 is one of the most important devices in the PlayStation family.
This year the hardware maker is planning to make it available on the market in several different versions, each of which has a unique design.
The standard PS5 will have an updated version called the “PlayStation 5” which will be released on February 18.
It will come with a new DualShock 4 controller and PS4 Pro, as well as a PS5 Slim and an HDMI cable.
It has also been announced that the company will be releasing a PlayStation VR headset, but this time with a much smaller price tag, priced at $399.
That is a far cry from the $599 that PS5 owners had been expecting.
But it still has to be said that PS3 owners will have to wait until March 4 to get their hands on a PlayStation 5.
The first of these two devices will be made available at select retailers, including Best Buy, Target, Amazon and Best Buy.
In the meantime, you can try out some of the PS4-powered PS5 models that have already been announced, such as the PS3 Slim and PS3.
While the PSVR is set to arrive on March 4, Sony is aiming to release a much more powerful version in early 2017.
If the PlayStation 5 Slim has any chance of winning over PS4 owners, it will have its hands on for a couple of months.
The PS4 Slim is slated to come with two new features, a 1080p OLED screen and an optical sensor for image recognition.
Sony has also announced that it will soon be introducing a new wireless headset.
Sony also announced some other interesting details about the PS1.
Sony is expected to launch a “smart home” platform that includes a camera, speakers, lights, smart locks, a home control system, and an Alexa-powered assistant.
The smart home platform is rumored to launch with a 4K HDR display, a new SmartThings-style controller, and a new remote control system.
The controller is rumored with a wireless charging port, while the camera has been confirmed to support the same HDR display that was used on the PS2.
The company is also said to be working on a new console called the PlayStation Pro, which will come out in 2017 and feature an all-new controller and an array of new peripherals.
The Pro will be powered by an AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 GPU, which is the same GPU that powered the PS6 Pro.
There is also a rumor that the PS Pro will support DualShock 5, a gamepad with a dual-shock controller.
There are a few other PS1-specific specs, including a new HDMI port, the ability to connect to Blu-ray players, and the ability for PS1 games to be run in virtual reality.
But most importantly, the PSX system will finally have a chance to come to the market.
The PlayStation X is a high-end gaming console that will be the first console with a VR headset.
This time, the console will have a dual VR headset with a built-in head-mounted display.
The headset will be able to support virtual reality gaming, but it will not be able directly interact with virtual reality content.
Instead, it can use a controller for positional tracking, a technique where a controller can move in space.
The console will be sold in three sizes: 1.5 inches, 2.5 inch, and 4.5-inch.
It is expected that the price of the system will be around $500.
The system is expected, at least in the short term, to compete with the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The Oculus Rift is currently the most popular VR headset on the marketplace.
HTC Vive has recently been gaining traction in the market and it is likely that Sony will release an Oculus Rift-compatible PlayStation device.
However, the PlayStation X and PlayStation Pro will not offer support for Oculus VR.
There will also be an additional PlayStation device that will only be sold on the PlayStation Store, a PlayStation 4 Pro.
It should be said here that there is no indication that this device will be exclusive to the PlayStation brand.
Sony will be launching a limited number of the PlayStation VR devices, which include a PS4, PS4 S, PSVR headset, PlayStation Camera, and PlayStation Smart TV.
These devices will all be released in Japan and North America on February 16.
In addition, Sony will also offer a limited version of the Playstation 5 with a DualShock controller and a 4G LTE router.
The new PS5 Smart TV will come bundled with a Sony Bravia TV, a Dual Shock 4 controller, a PS3 Smart TV and a PlayStation Home TV.
Sony could also launch a new gaming console in Japan called the PS Vita.
This console is likely to be a successor to the PS One and will include a controller, PlayStation 4 Smart TV, and two PS4 Smartphones.
This is likely the final PS Vita console, which Sony has already announced