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PlayStation 4 Pro to support SATA 3.0 – report

The PlayStation 4 Pro may in fact be compatible with the faster, and more recent SATA revision. Since its official reveal, Sony has divulged only a few details about the hardware inside the PlayStation 4 Pro. Granted, most of what we don’t know are specifics only tech-minded players will be interested in, such as CPU […]
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