Sony held its much-buzzed-about PlayStation 2013 conference yesterday, and as expected, the company revealed its next-generation gaming console, PlayStation 4. Internally, the system boasts 8GB RAM, X86 CPU, local-storage hard drive, and GDDR5 memory for superfast graphics.
Also on display is the new controller, the Dual Shock 4, which has touchpad input and a share button to show friends screenshots of a current game. The controller works with a camera for motion-controlled gaming. While we didn't get a look at the console itself during the conference, it is expected to be available for the 2013 holiday season.