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.
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.
Source = Sony