Sony PS5 Price in Kenya and Specification
PlayStation 5 Price in Kenya is Ksh. 88,000. The PS5 is a breakthrough for console gaming, offering exquisite 4K performance, incredibly fast loading time and a real game-changing controller that makes controlling and playing in general more immersive and enjoyable than ever. It plays virtually all PlayStation 4 games, and, largely, permits them to run and load over and above anyone’s expectations like never before.
Also see the portable Nintendo Switch.
PlayStation 5 Price and Specs:
|Price in Kenya||Ksh.88,000|
|Storage||Custom 825 GB SSD
16GB GDDR6 RAM
|CPU||3.5GHz, 8-core AMD Zen 2|
|GPU||10.3 teraflop RDNA 2 GPU|
|Disc drive||4K Blu-ray player|
PlayStation 5 Inside the Box Content:
The PS5 Comes with these accessories inside the package
|PlayStation 5 console||1|
|Dual Sense wireless controller||1|
|AC power cable||1|
|USB-A to USB-C cable||1|
PLAYSTATION 5 PRICE IN KENYA AND COMPLETE SPECS
|PRICE IN KENYA||Ksh. 88,000|
|RELEASE DATE:||2022, July 15|
|RESOLUTION||4K @ 60fps, up to 120fps|
|DISC||4K UHD Blu-ray|
|CPU||Custom 8-core AMD Zen 2 CPU @ 3.5GHz with SMT (variable frequency)|
|GPU||Custom AMD RDNA 2 GPU 36 CUs @ 2.23GHz (variable frequency)|
|10.28 teraflops GPU power|
|RAM||16GB GDDR6 RAM|
|STORAGE||825GB PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSD|
|EXTERNAL STORAGE||NVMe SSD Slot, support for USD HDD|
|I/O THROUGHPUT||5.5GB/s (raw), 8-9GB/s (compressed)|
|DIMENSIONS||390 x 104 x 260 mm (15.35 × 4.09 × 10.23 inches)|
|WEIGHT||4.5kg (9.92 pounds)|
PS5/ PlayStation 5 Detailed Description:
The PS5 is a truly enormous piece of machinery. This Sony’s console is pretty large compared to any gaming system that’s come out in the past decade, including the PS4 Slim and the PlayStation 4 Pro. It’s also far larger compared to its next-gen rival in the Xbox Series X, and makes the Xbox Series S look like another children’s toy. This size allows the PS5 to put out some serious performance while staying mostly cool and quiet although it may be a challenge to those with small entertainment areas. PS5 includes a detachable stand that allows you to position the massive console vertically or horizontally. The stand screws into the bottom of the console in vertical mode, and clamps on to the PS5’s rear port area in horizontal mode. It mostly comes in white color but there is also a black color option.
Ports and Expansion.
The PS5 has a fairly standard number of ports, complete with modern conveniences. You get a Hi-Speed USB Type-A port up front, as well as a USB Type-C SuperSpeed port. It’s exciting to see a console finally with USB-C connectivity out of the box, especially for connecting modern accessories and storage drives. At the rear, you’ll find two SuperSpeed USB-A ports, an Ethernet jack, an HDMI 2.1 port and an AC adapter, to connect with your SONY BRAVIA XR-65X90J.
The PS5 interface is a clean and attractive evolution of the PS4 software. Hopping in and out of games and navigating menus feels instant, to the point where the PS4 menu feels sluggish by comparison. The PS5 introduces some exciting new ways to get to what you’re playing even faster. The home screen will look familiar to PS4 owners, with a horizontal row of tiles that showcases your most recent games. When you highlight a game, that title’s art will take over the entire home screen while its music plays in the background, which is a neat aesthetic touch. The PS5 software looks clean overall, but we wish there was an option for organizing your games into folders like there is on PS4.
Sony is offering five PS5 games from PlayStation Studios. That includes the standalone sequel spin-off Spider-Man: Miles Morales, vehicular combat Destruction AllStars, the Demon’s Souls remake, 3D platformer Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and complimentary 3D platformer Astro’s Playroom that feels more like a demo showcase of DualSenses capabilities. All these and many others are compatible with Sony’s PlayStation 5.
Dual Sense Controller.
While Microsoft is keeping things pretty much the same with no changes noticed in the new Xbox Wireless Controller, Sony has gone for a major overhaul with the PS5 Controller. Now called DualSense instead of DualShock, the PS5 controller takes on a whole new shape, but naturally all the buttons are still in the same places as the previous. Sony is also bringing haptic feedback to the DualSense, a generation after Microsoft has had it with the Xbox One controller.
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