Here's The PlayStation 4, Taken Apart And Dissected

Here's the PlayStation 4, Taken Apart and Dissected

We've seen the games. We've seen the console. Now, let's see the insides.

The PlayStation 4 goes on sale November 15. And if you were wondering what the machine looks like dissected, well, Wired has all the gory details and the glorious photos.

Have a look:

Here's the PlayStation 4, Taken Apart and Dissected
Here's the PlayStation 4, Taken Apart and Dissected
Here's the PlayStation 4, Taken Apart and Dissected
Here's the PlayStation 4, Taken Apart and Dissected
Here's the PlayStation 4, Taken Apart and Dissected

These photos were shot by Ariel Zambelich. There's more in the link below. The above GIF was taken from Wired's teardown video, which you can also watch in the link below.

See What's Inside the PlayStation 4 With These Exclusive Photos [Wired] Watch Our Exclusive Teardown of the PlayStation 4 [Wired] Photos: Ariel Zambelich [Wired]


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    As long as the HDD is easy to get at..

      judging from the animation, the hdd seems to be accessible through the glossy section of the ps4, maybe it's removable?

        Yeah it's removable and upgradable because lets be honest 500gb won't be enough to sustain the long console cycle :)

    this looks like a second generation redesign already! what do they think they're doing!? creating a design that shouldn't be coming until the second iteration at least!

    makes me excited of what the ps4 slim might look like.

    Ooooh pretty. I like looking at the insides of tech.

    So errrr. Where is the rest of it? Crazy how little 'stuff' is in our gadgets there are these days yet how obscenely powerful they are.

    Not sure what I was expecting, but it's not exactly an inspired design.

    Similar to the Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3 (and blade servers etc.) they have sacrificed having the fan directly on the heat sink for space reasons. In contrast the Xbox One has the fan directly on the heatsink, sacrificing space.

    Plenty of discussion available already in centrifugal (Playstation 4) vs axial (Xbox One) fans.

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