Retailer Lists Standalone White PS4 Pro With a November 7 Release Date

November 4, 2017Written by Zarmena Khan

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Folks over at Console Deals have spotted a listing for a standalone white PlayStation 4 Pro unit on Irish chain Smyth’s website. Up until now, white consoles were included in Destiny 2 Pro bundles. Sony did confirm that a standalone version will make its way to retail but no release date was given.

According to Smyth’s, the hardware will be out on November 7 – the same day that Microsoft releases its Xbox One X. Last week, SIE Hong Kong officially announced a release date of November 3 for the console’s release in the country so the aforementioned date for the West doesn’t seem like a stretch.

We don’t have any further information at the moment but here’s a description provided by the retailer:

  • Contains white 1TB Console, Controller, Mono Headset, HDMI cable, USB & power cables
  • SPECTACULAR GRAPHICS: 4K TV owners can experience higher quality visuals, such as 4K quality resolution*1, as well as faster and more stable frame rates. HD TV users will also enjoy enhanced gameplay experiences on PS4™ titles in 1080p.
  • ENHANCED GAMEPLAY: Supporting faster frame rates*3 for super-sharp and smoother on-screen action.
  • HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE (HDR) TECHNOLOGY: Visuals are more realistic, strikingly vivid and truer to what the human eye sees in the real world.
  • ULTIMATE SHARE PLAY AND REMOTE PLAY: Share or stream your games in stunning detail with visuals of up to 1080p and 60fps.
  • MORE CONNECTIONS: Features 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi mode options and HDMI 2.0 output.
  • TWO CONSOLES, ONE PS4™ FAMILY: Connect with friends on PlayStation®4 Pro and PlayStation®4 consoles, and hook up with the biggest online community of players with PlayStation®Plus*4.
  • GAMES: All games are fully cross-compatible with PS4™ Pro and PS4™, and players compete online in the same multiplayer ecosystem.
  • ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE: Double the power*2 with an incredible combination of visual quality and performance in a console.

The console is priced at £339.99 on Smyth’s website.

[Source: Smyths via Console Deals, Kotaku]