Stunning PS5 Slim edition is the answer to your TV stand nightmares

If the PS5 is too big for your TV stand, the PS5 Slim is a dream come true

PS5 Slim
(Image credit: LetsGoDigital)

A brand new Sony PS5 Slim concept video has just broken cover and it's drop dead gorgeous. Created by one of T3's favourite render artists, the PS5 Slim addresses one concern about the PS5: its gargantuan size.

Both the PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition are pretty huge, and the unique form factor isn't enough to detract from it's stature. Compared to the Xbox Series X|S, it's a veritable beast! That's why we've fallen in love with the PS5 Slim, which you can take a look at in the video below. 

Dutch site LetsGoDigital teamed up with Jermaine Smit, aka Concept Creator, who has created this beautiful PS5 Slim concept that retains some of the curves of Sony's next-gen console, but squeezes them into a smaller, more TV cabinet-friendly package.

Smit's concept even has a flat bottom, doing away with the stand, to make it even easier to slot into your entertainment centre.

The slimline console is shown off in both white and black, echoing fans' requests for a PS5 black edition – which have been answered to some degree, with the news that you can buy PS5 skins as the legal haze over PS5 faceplates continues to cloud unofficial endeavours to sell them.

Sony's current PS5 models are priced at $499 / £449 / €499. AU$749.95, and $399 / £349 / €399. AU$599.95, but we doubt a slim PS5 will bear a price tag any lower than the all-digital's lower price.

Microsoft's consoles also sit at two price points, with the Series X coming in at $499/ £449.99 / €499/ AU$749 and the less powerful Series S at $299/ £249.99 / €299/ AU$499. 

The possibility of a slim PS5 at some point down the line is likely, given reactions to the console's size. If the PS5 slim is packs just as much of a punch as the PS5 standard edition, don't expect too much of a price drop.  

Shabana Arif

Shabana worked at as News Editor covering tech and gaming, and has been writing about video games for almost a decade (and playing them since forever). She's had bylines at major gaming sites during her freelance career before settling down here at T3, and has podcasts, streaming, and video content under her belt to boot. Outside of work, she also plays video games and should really think about expanding her hobbies. If you have any tech or gaming tips, shoot over an email or DM her on social media.