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PlayStation 4 Pro expected to support SATA 3.0

Sony announced its PlayStation 4 Pro back in September, and since its reveal, we’ve learned a number of things about the upcoming console including its inability to play 4K Blu-Ray disc and some of its accessories. Today, we’re learning the PlayStation 4 Pro is expected to support SATA 3.0. 4Gamer interviewed Sony Interactive Entertainment’s vice president Masayasu Ito, who originally said the PlayStation 4 Pro wouldn’t support SATA 3.
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