Specs showdown: PS3 vs. PS4 vs. Xbox One vs. Xbox 360

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Nic Healey can usually be found on a couch muttering about aspect ratios and 7.1 channel sound - which is helpful given that he's the home entertainment guy at CNET.

The next generation has arrived, with the PS4 out in the US and the Xbox One due to hit Australia later this week.

(Credit: Microsoft and Sony)

Over on our sister site Gamespot, the team has produced a detailed graphic looking at how the two new next-gen consoles stack up against their previous incarnations. Click the image for the large size view.

As always, the experience of a console involves much more than just the hardware in the box, but it's intriguing to see how that hardware has evolved for these new iterations of gaming devices.

We'll have full reviews of the hardware and user experience of both the PS4 and Xbox One after they launch locally.

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(Credit: Gamespot)



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theevilmuppet posted a comment   

Interesting, except that half of the information is completely wrong.

The XBox 360 has an optical drive, the PS3 has 1 PPC core and 7 SPUs (neither 7 total nor 3 total as listed), both the XBox One and PS4 feature customised AMD GPUs, the EDRAM/ESRAM of the Microsoft consoles is not listed and the HDDs in both the PS3 and PS4 are customer upgradable.

Please correct.




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