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Sony Teases Future of PlayStation Event on February 20

Sony has announced a PlayStation event will take place on February 20 at 6:00 PM PST.

In what many believe to be a teaser for the PlayStation 4, the event is dubbed "Meeting 2013." The last PlayStation Meeting saw the announcement to the PSP's successor, the PlayStation Vita.

Several developers associated with Sony have already shared the video without sharing any additional information, but instead teasing that they know what's coming. Investors have been invited to the event as well.

Sony, which recently stated that it'll wait for the Xbox 720 to be announced first before it unveils the PS4, said users can sign up for updates on the upcoming announcement through a teaser page.

The PlayStation 4 is said to sport 8 GB of RAM and 2.2 GB of video memory, while its price is expected to be within the $350 to $400 range.

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  • BrutalPigeon
    GO AMD! Grab some money from it and start making good processors again XD
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  • balev
    Sony, which recently stated that it'll wait for the Xbox 720 to be announced first before it unveils the PS4,
    Serious?
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  • mobrocket
    announcement will be

    SONY will be announcing Playstation 4 will be announced at E3
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  • alvine
    yay no more dx9 call of duty (I hope)
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  • fonzy
    I can't wait just so we can end all the rumors and speculation, 4Gb's of GDDR5 or 8Gb's...7770 or 7850...8 core cpu..etc..etc


    Let's just get the specs out there.
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  • rantoc
    About time, this should force the lazy dev's to actually be forced to take advantage of some of the last 6 (!) years of 3d hardware development that have happened.

    Good times ahead!
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  • alidan
    BrutalPigeonGO AMD! Grab some money from it and start making good processors again XDThey already make good processors, I don't want to see them compete the high-end, what I want them to do is continually improve the midrange, I really don't care if that means they never have a high-end processor again because there is next to no market for the highest and processors, they're more or less just a figurehead something that is just there for bragging rights along. They now the processors only leg in single core performance, and send single core I really don't see much of a future for it, at least I hope it doesn't have too much of a future, I'm not worried about them ever improving to the point that Intel has right now. I would love to see them keep emphasizing multi thread processing.
    mobrocketannouncement will beSONY will be announcing Playstation 4 will be announced at E3Do you have any idea how much the gaming press hates it when they announced their consoles and going to all those details during the conference, instead of focusing on the games.

    Know the way I see it they announced the PlayStation four and possibly gives specs, but they don't show games, and that's what the E3 presentation is full of.

    fonzyI can't wait just so we can end all the rumors and speculation, 4Gb's of GDDR5 or 8Gb's...7770 or 7850...8 core cpu..etc..etcLet's just get the specs out there.
    Well right now Sony has a eight core CPU in the PlayStation three with one core disabled for quality control, and another core dedicated to DRM.

    4 GB of RAM isn't that out there for what they're doing considering that they can up of 4K support and PlayStation so they have something that people can play 4K on their TVs whenever they get them. As for the GPU considering this is going to be a jump from a just barely 720 P to 1080 P gameplay having at least one gigabyte of video RAM or maybe even to isn't that out of the question.

    Now as for what card they use piece together how much the PlayStation four is probably the cost and how much it in a subsidize it through games.

    I see the high-end system costing $500 and they subsidize $200-$300 giving them a wiggle room of about $700-$800. And you can kind of piece together what the specs should probably look like based on consumer prices but we know Sony doesn't pay consumer prices they pay wholesale prices.

    If Sony tries to make a profit off of every consoles sold like Nintendo does they have no chance of winning the console war incensed the gaming division is what holds Sony up right now they be shooting themselves in the foot if they didn't hack this system.
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  • whiteodian
    $500-$800 for a console. Madness. I paid $600 for the original PS3 and have regretted it almost every day. It is an expensive blu-ray/dvd player now. Never again will I pay that much. $400 tops unless it is godly. Hopefully Sony learned from their past mistake with the PS3 and will sell it at a much more reasonable price. I believe the high cost is why they got off to such a slow start with the PS3.
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  • nebun
    announced feb 20 of this year.... ready for shipment feb 22 of next year...lol
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  • bustapr
    hopefully this time they wont announce more features than theyd use. I remember all the hype behind the godly sixaxis controller. look at all the games that actually use it. original ps3 have a bunch of usb slots, card slots, and ps2 functionality. look at what happened. sony needs to think well about their product this time. I hope its doesnt dissapoint.
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