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  • 1. Comparison between consoles and mobile technologies Comparisons ram Xbox one Ps4 Wii u cpu gpu 8gb 8 Core AMD custom CPU Frequency: 1.75 GHz 853 MHz AMD Radeon GCN architecture (inside of APU) 8gb 8gb Custom 1.75 GHz AMD 8 core APU 1.24 GHz TriCore IBM PowerPC Semi-custom AMD Radeon GPU (integrated into APU) 550 MHz AMD Radeon GPU Video display/ output 4K, 1080p, and 720p resolutions Sound/ audio Storage media 7.1 surround sound 500 GB Hard Drive nonreplaceable Promises of external hard drives in the future 4K, 1080p, 720p and 1080i resolutions 1080p, and 720p resolutions Audio/video output options include HDMI and optical S/PDIF.[9] The PlayStation 4 does not have an analog audio/video output 5.1 Linear PCM, Analog stereo Blue ray,dvdand cd reader for games stored on blue ray,dvds and cds 500 GB Hard Drive nonreplaceable Software kernel Xbox OS, Windows custom kernel and a hypervisor Power supply Orbis OS 110–240 V AC power supply, with a maximum power rating of 250 W WII U OS 75 W power supply User upgradeable via external hard drives Blue ray and dvd reader for games stored on blue ray and dvds SD/SDHC card USB storage device Wii U Optical Disc (25 GB) Wii Optical Disc (4.7 GB/8.54 GB) Digital distribution (Nintendo eShop) 120v
  • 2. psvita 512mb Up to 2 GHz Quad-core ARM CortexA9 MPCore Quad-core PowerVR SGX543MP4 + 3ds 128mb Dual-Core ARM11 MPCore DMP PICA200 GPU Nvidia shield 16gb 1.9 GHz GHz quad-core ARM CortexA15 72 GeForce graphics cores (24 vertex shaders + 48 pixel shaders)[2] 5-inch (16:9) OLED multitouch capacitive touchscreen, approximately 17 million colors, 960 × 544 qHD @ 220 ppi Upper: 3.5" autostereosco pic (3D) LCD @ 800 × 240 px (400 × 240 WQVGA per eye) Lower: 3.0" resistive touchscreen LCD @ 320 × 240 (QVGA) 5 inches (13 cm) 1280 x 720 px(294 ppi) IPS Retinal LCD Stereo speakers, microphone, 3.5 mm headphone jack PS Vita memory card (4, 8, 16, 32 or 64 GB) PlayStation Vita system software 3.01 2200 mAhapprox. 3-5 hours for games, 5 hours for video, 9 hours for music (in stand-by mode) Stereo speakers, Microphone Nintendo 3DS Game Card Nintendo DS Game Card Digital distribution (Nintendo eShop) SD/SDHC card Nintendo 3DS OS 1300 mAh lithium-ion battery 3DS games: 3 to 5 hours DS games: 5 to 8 hours Sleep Mode: ≈ 3 days Stereo speakers, Microphone Micro sd card reader Android 4.2.1 upgradable to 4.3 7350 mAh (28.8 W·h)