What are the different versions of PS4?

There are three main models of PS4.

  • PS4 Original. First launched in 2013 with a 500GB hard drive, this is the original PS4.
  • PS4 Slim. The PS4 Slim launched in two versions – a 500GB and a 1TB.
  • PS4 Pro.
  • Original PS4.
  • PS4 Slim.
  • PS4 Pro.

Is PS4 Slim less powerful?

With less-demanding games, though, the Slim isn’t nearly as loud as the original PS4. Although the two consoles are functionally identical, the Slim draws less power when running games and, therefore, generates less heat.

How do you know if your PS4 is Cuh?

The serial number is comprised of 17 numbers and is located on the back of the system, towards the bottom left of the chassis. The model number consists of the letters CUH, followed by four numbers and a letter. The model number is located on the back of the system, towards the bottom of the chassis.

What is the latest PS4 model?

PS4 Pro
PS4 Pro. Released on 10th November 2016, PS4 Pro is the newest version of the console. It’s a more powerful version of the original PS4, with a faster graphics processor and support for 4K and HDR TVs.

What is the difference between the PS4 model CUH-1200 and the previous models?

Among other minor changes, the new PS4 model CUH-1200 weighs 10 percent lighter than the previous 500GB model, and uses 8 percent less power, which means the rated power consumption of the new model is 230W instead of 250W.

What is the difference between the new Sony cuh-1100 and CUH-1000?

The new lighter, more power efficient variant of Sony’s flagship video game console comes with a matte finish on its hard drive cover instead of the glossy one that sits on previous models i.e. CUH-1100 and CUH-1000.

What does the CUH-1200 look and feel like?

“CUH-1200 has arrived. The difference in appearance is the matte HDD bat cover, the power and eject buttons changed to mechanical from the former electrostatic capacitor type. The LED is unconfirmed because I still didn’t power it up. It’s 10% lighter, and it does indeed feel lighter.”