Sony Computer Entertainment Japan has announced a few new hardware options for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

    While the PlayStation 4 will still be available in Japan, it’s not expected to be an upgrade.

    Sony Computer Entertainment announced two new console models that it says will launch in September.

    These are the PlayStation V and PlayStation V Pro, which will feature a 2K resolution, an OLED display, and an upgraded Core i3 processor.

    Sony says the new PS4 Pro will have a 5.7-inch 1080p display and a 2TB HDD, which is a significant upgrade over the PS4.

    There will also be a 2.3GHz dual-core processor and 4GB of RAM.

    Sony says the PlayStation Pro will be available from the end of September for around $600.

    Both consoles will come with the same software, though it’s worth noting that the PS3 Pro will also come with its own games and entertainment services.

    The PS3 will be supported with Sony’s XMB cloud gaming service and PS Plus, and Sony says it will include PlayStation Plus games.

    It will also support PSN, allowing you to share your gaming activities with friends and family.

    There is also a new PlayStation Plus app that will let you sign up for free, so you can continue to stream games and games content.

    Sony will also offer PS Plus Gold membership.

    Sony’s Gold membership includes a free subscription to the PlayStation Network.

    The PlayStation 3 will come out in September for $399.99.

    It’s expected to launch with a 7-inch 5K HDR display, a 10-inch 1,920×1,080 resolution display, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, and NFC.

    The PS3 has a 4.7GHz dual core processor, and the new PlayStation Pro has a 5GHz dual Core processor.

    It has a 500GB HDD.

    The Xbox 360 is still coming out, but it’s unlikely to be a major upgrade.

    It features a 1080p 60Hz display, 8GB of memory, a DualShock 4 controller, a 1TB hard drive, and a 500Gb SSD.

    There’s no word yet on pricing for either of the consoles.

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