PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One S: Are they ready?

Posted September 11, 2018 05:09:10The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have made great strides in the last year, and this year has been no different.

The consoles have had better graphics and performance, but there have been some issues with the software that need to be addressed, according to analyst firm NPD Group.

Here are some of the main concerns we’re seeing: The 1080p HDR output is a mixed bagThe HDR capabilities are still on the upswing but they’re not quite as good as the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One Pro.

The new display is capable of 1080p (HDR) at 60 frames per second and 1080p in HDR mode, but that’s not quite there yet.

Sony and Microsoft have yet to show the PS4 Pro’s HDR capability, but they say that the technology will be ready in time for launch.

The PS4 and Xbox are capable of 720p at 60fps, but the 1080p output is still not quite ready.

The PS4 doesn’t have HDR support at launch, but Microsoft has confirmed that its hardware will support HDR for the first time.

The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will support the technology, but Sony and Nintendo have yet the details on how they will support it.

Sony and Microsoft announced that they’re working together to provide the technology in-house.

It’s a great step in the right direction, but it still has to be supported in a way that makes sense for consumers and developers alike.

As of right now, HDR isn’t available on the PS5, PS4, and Xbox.

Microsoft and Sony are hoping to release HDR support on the Xbox One by the end of the year, but we’re not ready for that yet.

There’s still a lot of work to be done before HDR is as good for everyone as it should be.