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#1

Christmas is around the corner and the PS4 Pro would make a great gift! But is digging $399 from your wallet worth the price?

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  • No, I could get another console for a cheaper price.

  • $399 for the latest console? That’s a great deal!

  • It depends on how often I’m going to play…

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#2

Just when you thought that owning an HD screen was the best, there’s something even better! The new PS4 is Sony’s first 4K console, giving you even higher definition. Does your TV have 4K capabilities?

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  • Yes. It would be nice to make use of this new feature.

  • That sounds nice, but no. I will keep using my old TV.

  • Not sure, but I might get a new TV this year.

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#3

Consoles have so many uses! Do you use yours for listening to music?

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  • Yes, I listen to my old CDs.

  • I like to stream my jams through Spotify.

  • Yes, I hook up my iPod or MP3 player through the USB port.

  • Games and music should be kept separate.

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#4

No longer do you need an expensive PC to play virtual reality games! The new PS4 models will be compatible with the cheapest virtual reality headset so you can get lost in alternate worlds.

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  • Sign me up! I have always wanted to play one of those games.

  • Paying the extra $399 for a headset isn’t worth the price.

  • That sounds pretty cool. I’ll try it out!

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#5

The new PS4 has backwards compatibility, allowing you to display your old PS4 games in 4K. What kind of console do you have now?

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    PS4 or PS3
    Xbox One or Xbox 360
    Wii U
    Nothing yet... Just starting to game!

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#6

Consoles have been doubled as Blu-ray players for many. Do you plan on using your console for your Blu-ray disks?

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  • Yes! All my movies are on Blu-Ray.

  • No, I haven’t used Blu-ray for years.

  • Not often, but I like the option.

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