A ps4 is a video game console like a Xbox or Playstation, but instead of games, they play games. The consoles look the same, the games and controllers are the same, and the games look the same too. But the consoles are made by Sony, Microsoft or Nintendo, while the games and controllers are made by third parties.
The reason the PS4 is so heavy is because Sony makes the system, and Microsoft made the Xbox. And Nintendo makes the Switch, but didn’t make the Wii. I think the weight is a bit of a gimmick to get people interested in how a system weighs.
It’s true that the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the PS3 are all huge systems, but the PS4 is the heaviest of them all. It’s the second largest to the Xbox One. And because the PS4 weighs more, the PS4 is the heaviest of the bunch. The PS4 is very light (not as light as the Xbox One), and the PS4 is the lightest of the bunch.
The point is that the weight of a system matters, especially if you’re trying to put a computer in a pocket. For a gaming system that is going to outlast you, there’s no need to exaggerate its weight.
This is a pretty common misconception in the video game industry. The truth is that the PlayStation 4 is very, very, very heavy. You’ll likely find tons of people saying that the Xbox One or the PS3 are lighter than the PS4, but they’re both heavy systems as well. And they’re both very, very light systems.
The PlayStation 4 weighs in at around 2.5 pounds, which is not too much. Even the PS3 is a bit lighter than the PS4, at around 2.2 pounds. But when you put that in perspective, the PS4, the Xbox One, and the Xbox 360 are all pretty light systems.
The PS4 and Xbox One are both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. They come in at a similar size, at over 2.3 pounds each. The Xbox One, however, does not come with a disc drive. The Xbox 360 has a disc drive, but it is not the same size as the Xbox One nor does it come with the same number of games.
The Xbox One disc drive has a 4GB capacity, the Xbox 360 has a 4.7GB capacity, and the PS4 comes in with a 4GB. The Xbox One comes in with four games, the PS4 has four, and the PS3 has four. The Xbox 360 comes in with seven games, the PS3 comes in with five, and the PS2 has five.
The Xbox One comes in with many preinstalled games, but the Xbox 360 and PS3 come with thousands of additional games.
It’s worth noting that all of these Xbox One games have been remastered—though most of them were remastered on Xbox 360, the PS3, and the PS2. These remasters are not necessarily from the same studio, so it’s important to note that Xbox One games are not all from the same developer.