What happened at Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro event

Two new consoles are coming at you this fall.

Nathan Ingraham
September 8, 2016
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    Sony's PlayStation event didn't have a ton of surprises, but still -- any time you get two new flavors of the PS4, it's worth paying attention. In the afterglow of today's announcements, senior editors Devindra Hardawar and Nathan Ingraham break down the good and bad of what Sony announced. The PS4 Slim is almost exactly what we expected: a cheaper and smaller version of the existing PS4. But Sony surprised us a bit by having a reasonable $399 price point and November 10th release date for its more powerful PS4 Pro console. Both new PS4 consoles will be in gamers' hands before long, so get caught up on what you need to know here.

    Find all the news from Sony's big PlayStation event right here.

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