- Sony has unveiled a new logo called “Ready to PlayStation 5” that will be applied to TVs that are capable of showcasing the new generation PS5 games as they were supposed to be seen.
- The first two Ready to PlayStation 5 TVs are Sony’s X900H 4K HDR (starting at $ 999) and Z8H 8K HDR Full Array LED (starting at $ 5,999).
- It is violated that pre-orders for Sony’s PS5 begin in August before the release date in November.
You can’t order the PS5 yet, but the first official Ready to PlayStation 5 TVs are already on the market. On Wednesday, Sony Electronics announced that it has created a new “Ready for PlayStation 5”; logo in partnership with Sony Interactive Entertainment to make it easier for future PS5 owners to determine which TVs will take full advantage of next-generation consoles to feature this season.
In a press release, Sony revealed that the X900H 4K HDR Full Array and Z8H 8K HDR Full Array LEDs are the first TVs to carry the label. According to Sony, the X900H “displays gameplay images up to 4K resolution at 120 frames per second with a very low input delay of 7.2 ms”, while the Z8H “is capable of displaying incredibly detailed images with a resolution of 8K, while showing game images with a resolution of 8K 4K at a super smooth 120 frames per second. “
If you’re looking for a new TV and plan to buy a PS5 this fall, here are lists of both TVs:
In addition to being the most popular TVs, the X900H and Z8H also have a game mode “that allows users to automatically play games on the PS5 with low latency.” In addition, with the game mode you can wake up the TV and PS5 at the same time with the DualSense controller or control your PS5 with the TV remote control.
Here’s what we learned about the PS5’s specifications during the live stream on the way to the PS5 earlier this year:
PS5 will have a processor with 8-core Zen 2 cores at 3.5 GHz, GPU capable of 10.28 TFLOP, 36 CU at 2.23 GHz, custom architecture RDNA 2, 16 GB of GDDR6 RAM, memory bandwidth 448 GB / s and a special 825 GB SSD. It will also have a 4K UHD Blu-ray drive and an NVMe SSD expansion slot.
There’s still a lot we don’t know about the PS5, but Sony still has a lot to tell us before the console rises for pre-order. We don’t know how much it costs when it’s on store shelves, or even what the operating system looks like when the console loads. We hope to receive several such responses by the end of August.