By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : October 31, 2017 11:04 am
The PS4 Slim Gold and Silver will only be available in the Sony official offline retail centre, and will not be available in the online retail stores. The PS4 Slim as the name implies is slimmer in overall design and an upgraded version of the PS4
Sony India has announced the launch of its limited edition PS4 Slim. It is available in the Gold and Silver colour variant with a price tag of Rs 32,990 for 500GB storage variant. The limited edition was first dubbed in the US and Europe earlier this year.
The PS4 Slim Gold and Silver will not be available on any e-commerce site, only except Sony's official offline retail centre. As the name implies, it is slimmer in overall design and is an upgraded version of the PS4. It boasts some interesting features including 4K and comes with HDR capability. Other than this, the gaming console is energy efficient and comes with a controller matching the Gold/Silver colour of the console.
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On the specification front, the console is powered by the AMD Jaguar, 8 cores processor along with the 1.84 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon based graphics engine. Moving to the connectivity it features two USB 3.1 ports, an AUX port, Ethernet for internet connection, Bluetooth v4.1 and an HDMI port for AV output.
Comparing to the standard PS4 Slim, the console is exactly same in terms of specification and features. The standard black colour 500GB console is available at a price tag of Rs 27,699 on Amazon with three free games: Horizon Zero Dawn, Ratchet and Clank, and Driveclub. The consumers even get three months of PS Plus subscription along with the console.
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