Sony has officially introduced the official portable remote-play gadget known as the PlayStation Portal, following the first revelation of their handheld console dubbed Project Q in March.
By utilizing the PS Remote Play feature, The Portal enables you to play your PS5 games from anywhere as long as you have an internet connection. The PS Portal requires a minimum of a 5Mbps connection to function, while Sony advises a minimum of 15Mbps for optimum performance.
It’s vital to remember that this device can only be used to play supported games that have been installed on your PS5 system. Additionally, Sony has made it clear that the device won’t work with PlayStation Plus Premium cloud streaming and won’t support any other media or games.
The device’s 8-inch LCD, which mimics the PS5 DualSense controller layout and has a 1080P resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate, is equipped with these features. In addition, the portable device has top-mounted speakers, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone connection. At this time, the full details are still secret.
It’s interesting that Bluetooth connectivity is glaringly absent from the PS Portal. Instead, it only supports PlayStation Link, a cutting-edge wireless communication protocol created by Sony, and Wi-Fi. This standard has benefits like seamless switching between compatible devices and low-latency lossless audio.
Notably, this technology will be included in Sony’s upcoming Pulse Elite headset ($150/€150/£120) and Pulse Explore wireless earbuds ($200/€220/£200), both of which are scheduled to go on sale later this year.
Additionally scheduled for later this year and with a $200 asking price is the PlayStation Portal. Sony has promised that other details, such as formal release dates, will be made public soon.
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