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Sony is slimming down the PlayStation 4, following the company's usual modus operandi of releasing an updated and redesigned version of a console part-way through its lifecycle.
The new slim PlayStation 4 is about 30 percent thinner and adds one notable new feature, support for , which allows for greater dynamic range in lighting, for brighter, bolder-looking visuals (although we're still waiting for games with HDR modes, so it's not the most useful new feature at the moment).
Hardware-wise, it's pretty much the same, with either a 500GB or 1TB of storage, and plays the same library of downloadable or disc-based of games as the older PS4. If you want improved graphics, you'll have to look at the upcoming , which supports 4K output and content