Next-Generation Home Entertainment Devices: Leaked Information and Industry Speculations

2024-02-21 15:46:35

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Kepler_L2’s comments on next-generation home entertainment devices make some sense, especially given the rumors circulating about Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox device, which is scheduled to be released in two versions: a home version and a portable version that will be less powerful.

On the other hand, it looks like Sony’s next-gen platform will be the most powerful device of its generation, so it will be interesting to see how Sony will handle pricing the device based on its capabilities.

Hiroki Totoki, Sony’s chief operating officer, argued that achieving high profits for the PlayStation 5 has become more difficult.

Home entertainment devices from previous generations were cheaper to produce, but with the PS5 the parts have become more expensive over time. It should be noted that Sony achieved huge sales of nearly 50 million PS5 devices until December 2023.

Kepler_L2 also confirmed that things will get worse in the future, as he stated that the cost of a transistor has remained constant with FinFET technology and is set to rise with the transition to GAAFET and CFET technology dedicated to the new manufacturing precision, which indicates that higher costs have become a reality with the transition to lower manufacturing precision.

Finally, these speculations cannot be definitively confirmed, and at the same time they cannot be overlooked, as the cost of producing a chip with advanced manufacturing precision has become very expensive. Which ultimately leads to higher costs for home entertainment devices compared to the current generation.

Months from now, we should see the first official information about the next generation home entertainment device platform.

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