Is 4K even noticeable if you're not up close to a big TV?But to act like the jump from 720p/1080p to native 4k HDR is not a big deal is dumb.
Lol K.Not that significant if I don't have a 4k TV... which I am not buying until they are in the ~800 dollar range.. in the mean time that money can go into my house and savings as growing assets instead of a lump of shinny depreciating on my shelf.
I didn't move up from 720 to 1080 until the TVs were in the ~600 dollar range.
Then again I bought the Pro, which I wouldn't have been able to sell my PS4 for as much if I hadn't made the move at that time.
So by all means sell the One and get the X.
Samsung 55" Class (54.6" Diag.) - LED - Curved - 2160p - Smart - 4K Ultra HD TV Black UN55MU6500FXZA - Best BuyNot that significant if I don't have a 4k TV... which I am not buying until they are in the ~800 dollar range..
Load times are faster and the bigger hard drive is nice.Since the PS4 Pro has been out a while.. anyone who got it and was using a regular PS4 before, what's the verdict?
Bruh.... I was doing good not spending money on my home...
Actually I just picked one that was $800. You can probably do better than that.Bruh.... I was doing good not spending money on my home...
The Curved aspect... is that why this is so cheap?
I still have a 1080p plasma. No 4k for me yet. I'm not buying a new TV until 1, this one dies, or 2 I buy a house.Load times are faster and the bigger hard drive is nice.
The thing is, if you're already on a 4k TV, it is probably upscaling for you already, so unless you have a fairly crappy 4k TV, there isn't going to be much difference. The HDR is nice, but it's a fairly minor difference.