Sony reveals the secrets behind the PlayStation 5’s back

Sony reveals the secrets behind the PlayStation 5's back

At Yesterday’s PlayStation Showcase, not only the price and release date of the PlayStation 5 was revealed, but after months of secrecy, Sony has finally revealed the back of the console, revealing the secrets that were hidden there.

Yesterday PlayStation Showcase is absolutely exciting: Sony revealed the price and release date of the PlayStation 5, as well as a series of exciting games and the PlayStation Plus series. But at the end of the stream, there is another detail that can be seen: the back of the console, which Sony had previously locked under the key and key-the stuff hidden there was not even leaked.

There is at least one small surprise, but only one thing at a time. There is a USB-A port on the front, which can only be used to charge accessories-the corresponding port on the back is blue, which is a typical mark of USB 3.0, so it is very likely that the cleaning speed of this port is slower and supports the USB 2.0 standard. (Update: Sony has confirmed USB 2.0)

However, what is more, exciting is the USB-C port (10 Gbit/s), which can charge the DualSense controller very quickly, and it is conceivable that a new version of the PlayStation VR headset can be connected in the future. In any case, this port is a front feature of PS5 Xbox Series X.

PS5 front
On the front of the PlayStation 5 there is a USB-C port and a USB-A port, in addition to the Blu-ray drive in the standard version, of course. (Image: Sony)

Sony reveals the secrets behind the PlayStation 5’s back

On the other hand, there are two USB-A ports on the back. According to Sony’s latest blog post, they support a maximum speed of 10 Gbit/s, which is twice the speed of the corresponding ports on the Xbox Series X. , There are Ethernet, HDMI 2.1, and power connections.

The Kensington lock on the top of the console is a bit surprising-it protects the device from theft and is likely to prevent unauthorized persons from opening the case, so any M.2 SSD can prevent thieves from intruding.

PS5 back
The back houses a Kensington lock, two USB-A ports, Ethernet, HDMI and the power plug. (Image: Sony)

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