Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 has made an early appearance in concept form as a new PS4 concept design is revealed
With the PlayStation 4 release date recently rumoured as an E3 2012 possibility, a new concept design of the mooted console has been revealed outing the device’s possible form factor.
The brainchild of designer Joseph Dumary the new PS4 design concept features an appealing aesthetic that is a natural progression from the former PS2 and current PS3 console with new features including a 1.5TB HDD and Full 3D 4K2K compatibility.
Ensuring the console ticks all the eco boxes the PS4 concept design is crafted from 60 per cent recyclable materials with further green points given achieved by using 0 watts of power in standby mode with an ECO Restart feature meaning gamers can resume games at the point they turned the console off at without requiring large amounts of power.
Further features touted on the concept Sony PlayStation 4 include a 3D Blu-ray player, HDMI connection ports and USB 3.0 connections whilst Qriocity, Sony Ericsson sync PlayStation widgets are also tipped for inclusion.