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Sony PlayStation 5 (PS5) 825GB

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  • Perfect
    8 days ago
    I think a new game console should feel like new fantastic technology and that's the feeling I get from Playstation 5. I do not think the price is too high considering what you get and that it will do the job for a number of years at home.

    The hand control is new and feels very good, hope it is used in the right way in the future.
    Backward compatibility is good and there are many incredible games from ps4 that have been improved and look even better now. In addition, several of the games are included in the purchase of the console as well as the demo game Astros playroom which is a whole game and also very good.
    So far (after a month) I am really happy.
  • Perfect
    12 days ago
    Got mine on weekdays and now use 4 months. Nothing to complain about yet. I do not understand people who get so hurried over SEK 6,000 in price tag. I bought my PS3 for SEK 6,500 14 years ago. It was an overprice. It is quiet and fast as it should be.
  • Barely acceptable
    4 months ago
    Updated: 16 days ago
    Update, 2021-04-02:
    The console has suddenly, after about four months, started to make a constant humming / buzzing sound when it is turned on. The sound can be heard very clearly even on the sofa three meters away, and nothing I have tried (remove the disc that reader, soft / hard reset, turn off the power supply to USB connectors, set the console to another position, open the console and clean the fan and ventilation grille, mm) has solved the problem. When I look online, it seems that there are many others who experience the same thing, so obviously the console, despite a good first impression, does not measure up in terms of build quality. With this in mind, I now lower my grade several steps.

    Update, 2021-01-30:
    It turned out that by tinkering a bit with the console settings could actually activate Atmos for Bluray movie, but the fact remains that it does not work for games and that Dolby Vision support is completely lacking and therefore I still think that PS5 does not deserve higher ratings than what I have already left.

    Original review:
    Solidly built console that will surely get many nice games in the future, but there is a big problem that lowers my overall impression significantly; that the PS5 does not support either Dolby Atmos or Dolby Vision. The new Xbox supports both, so I do not see why the PS5 could not do the same.
    Excluding these two technologies means that PlayStation 5 is suddenly very uninteresting as a media player, as it is forced to be dragged along with these restrictions both when playing movies on Blu-ray and in streaming services such as Netflix.
    Dolby Vision can theoretically be added afterwards, as it is not hardware-based, but unfortunately it does not feel very likely that it will happen.

    Sony probably opted out of Dolby Atmos due to the so-called "Tempest" 3D sound technology that they themselves developed and put into the console, but this currently only works with headphones, and an extremely limited number of such.
    I myself have several different models at home, a couple of which were quite expensive, but none of these can be paired with the PS5, which in practice means that if I want to be able to get 3D sound, I have to buy brand new headphones that certainly last significantly lower quality than the ones I already have. PlayStation 4 had exactly the same problem and Sony has obviously not learned anything since then, unless this is a conscious choice just to be able to heel headphones to consumers who bought the console.
  • Very good
    1 month ago
    Just started running this one. What controls! Gonna be fun when the games start coming. Feels like a full pot but can only give it when I get a game that is 100% adapted.
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Wonderful upgrade from PS4 Pro, lightning fast charging times and absolutely silent!
  • Barely acceptable
    1 month ago
    Updated: 1 month ago
    Review from someone who has never owned a Playstation before.

    Can start by saying that it feels difficult to review a console that is a "finished" product that works type. I can not really compare it with Switch or Xbox as it is basically completely different systems.
    Then I'm not the one chasing perfect forward rates and stuff. It should be good and entertaining game which made me feel that now was the time for a PS5a. Several games that I am interested in from PS4 are ported over and the games that Sony showed that they had planned, I am also interested in.
    I would like to point out that I am completely satisfied with my purchase despite the low rating.
    But now maybe we can figure out why I would give such a good console a bad rating?
    Sound:
    The PS5 is mostly quiet, which means that it comes as a shock when you insert a CD, the CD loads, starts the PS5 or when the PS5 needs to cool down. Compared to how quiet it is, you really react when it starts. Sambon sat at the TV and jerked from what she was doing now because she also reacted to the loud sudden sound that appeared.
    This is not something that reduces the performance of the PS5. What it does is that sometimes you can be pulled out of the experience of a game because the PS5 suddenly decides to hum for a few seconds. Sony is certainly trying to save money on parts, but there are much quieter solutions for cooling and CD readers, especially considering how big it is, which has not cost that much more and has been nice for the fan base.

    Menus:
    Unfortunately, I have always found Sony's menus messy to say the least. This is a matter of habit and taste but the menus are not entirely easy to interpret what is what and control the layout how to switch between different choices touches to it sometimes. It's a little easy to click wrong, or not end up on the button you want to end up.
    They could have made the menus nice but still easily maneuvered.

    Hand controls:
    Has written a more detailed review of the hand control itself.
    The short version is: Sickly comfortable to hold. I who hated previous PS controls still like this one. But there is a lot of technology that CONSUMES battery life.
    I would advise against getting another one until better with better battery life comes, at the same time you almost need to buy another one so you can change when the battery runs out. Unfortunately, it goes so fast.

    HDMI:
    Unfortunately, the PS5 has an HDMI handshake problem which if you search the internet is common. When your PS5a enters standby / sleep mode and you touch the control to wake up, you may find that the colors feel "washed out" / "fade" and it does not get better.
    This is because the "handshake" between PS5 and HDMI is not completely reset to sleep mode. So you have to turn off and restart your PS5 if you have left it for too long, which admittedly goes fast but becomes an extra step.

    Summary:
    The PS5 IS A good system with really good games!
    But the PS5 has some "faults" in it that I feel should not really exist for the cool price tag of 6000.

    They could have easily fixed the sound level.

    The battery life of the controls is almost deplorable to the extent that you have to buy a secondary control. But it hurts when they launch at 800 bucks.

    HDMI hanshake problem should not exist. Straight off, this is a more "serious" error, I think that does not ruin the experience when you play, but it is a lottery when the PS5 is in sleep mode if you need to restart it again or not.

    The menus in my personal opinion are messy and partly filled with advertising. No switch has. Can't answer what the Xbox looks like.

    So the low rating is because for this price tag on the console and its accessories, some of these errors should not be present.
  • Very good
    1 month ago
    Very happy except for 3 things

    - The surface on the underside of the control has a very good grip but attracts dirt if you now do not have sterile hands, ie.

    - No optical audio output

    - The so far meager range of games and the prices of these.

    Luckily, you can play PS4 games on it via external hard drive so I'm full at least!
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Awesome console! Sickly fast and easy to understand all the features!
  • Very Poor
    1 month ago
    Don't buy from thieves, be patient, they will have some in stock in the weeks and months to come
  • Perfect
    1 month ago
    Absolutely fantastic console. Huge upgrade from PS4 pro. Have not had any problems at all since I got it on launch day. Extremely satisfied
  • Very good
    1 month ago
    Nicest playstation to date!
    Fast and good.
  • Poor
    2 months ago
    Loud coilwhine that can be heard at a distance of 3 meters, has been playing on my Playstation 4 Pro recently and is returning today. Those who say you should not complain are the 70% who have very quiet consoles. Poor quality of capacitors in the power supply, which can be fixed by soldering new ones from another brand according to Tronixfix.
  • Very Poor
    2 months ago
    Updated: 2 months ago
    The console that disappeared.
  • Excellent
    3 months ago
    Updated: 2 months ago
    With the right screen, this is a party. So a screen that can handle 120hz; HDMI 2.1 and of course HDR 4k.

    Drive PS5 with LG Oled CX which fits like a glove to this console with 120hz and other party.
    You immediately notice a stronger and clockier interface. The picture is full of contrasts and colors and sharper than ever and above all the game flows so incredibly well, immediately notices a huge difference from my older consoles. PS5 would get the highest rating if, in connection with the release, there were also a few more titles that support 120hz. But come so clear.

    The control is the best I have experienced, with new technology.

    + The interface is nicer than the Xbox.
    + Good services like PS Now and PS Plus where there are a lot of taxes.
    + Fantastic control.
    + Switch quickly between games.
    + Divinely fast,
    + HDMI 2.1. 4K. HDR. Ray Tracing and play in 60 and 120hz.
    + Large database of PS4 games.

    - Like the Xbox Series X not the most beautiful creation. Big.
    - Bad "foot" that comes with.
    - The built-in rechargeable battery in the controller must be charged quite often compared to, for example, the Xbox Elite Controller.
    - Sony as well as Microsoft are stingy with the built-in memory. It gets tough quickly when many games have to fight for space. Especially when the quake system takes up a lot of space. External disk can be used. But expensive disks that are supposed to work as fast as the internal memory are really expensive. In any case, 2TB would be desired from the start.
  • Very Poor
    2 months ago
    Warning - lousy quality of this product! For the high price, you expect more .. My second hand control has now broken in a similar way, namely that the R2 button pies. The rubber on the underside of the control also attracts dirt very easily, which is noticeable after a few weeks of use.
    Not smart to use white rubber grip.
    The console itself also emits a howling sound, probably from the fan, and often crashes after starting from standby.
    Hope Sony someday learns this with quality, have had lots of similar issues with the PS4 before.
  • Decent
    2 months ago
    Totally ok but nothing to pay overpriced to get early.
    You can easily wait until it is in stock in the store. Not so dramatic an upgrade that you miss something big if you already have a previous generation.
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Really big console!

    Oh, I think they would have made the bracket for the plate better, where you can choose whether you want it lying or standing. Feels weight, and comes off easily when you move it.

    Awesome picture!

    Quiet when you play, on the other hand when the fan starts it is somehow quieter than the Ps4.

    A little expensive, but is always so when it comes to new consoles.
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    I'm just saying: W O W!
    What a difference from ps4 to ps5.
    Also tested latest Xbox and would choose PS5 every day of the week!
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    Updated: 2 months ago
    Great as fasiken but oozes gameplay without equal! In short, I'm overjoyed!
    Booked during the release day 2019 and got my ex just in time for Christmas Eve 2020! :) Used with a Panasonic OLED

    PLUS:
    - Stylish and futuristic design! Disgusted it at first but now I am completely sold!
    - I have not experienced the joy of gaming for years.
    - Dualsense control is magical! Enough said!
    - Fast as the phase and efficient handling!
    - The menus are a clear upgrade from PS4
    - PSN is more accessible and easier to navigate than before.
    - The games look fantastic and offer many wow experiences. HDR performance is flawless.
    - 4K UHD Blu-Ray is a big plus for us movie geeks.
    The UHD edition of "Blade Runner Final Cut" is a sensation and the PS5 conveys the image with pure cinematic joy.
    - Dolby Atmos is supported for film screenings

    MINUS;
    - Very large and heavy and a bit plastic
    - The hard drive should be larger for the price
    - Had hoped for a slightly more luxurious unboxing
    - Support for Dolby Vision is requested immediately!

    Summa sumarum! Sony has outdone themselves! Xbox Series X may be better specified, but lacks Sony gaming fun!
  • Perfect
    2 months ago
    It is very large, even for those who are prepared for it. But the build quality is in place and it is very quiet. Unfortunately I have not tested it in more than Horizon zero dawn for ps4, but so far I have not heard it more than the beep if comes at start. The menu is easy to understand and nice, then playing in 4K is just wonderful! The charging times are not like on the computer in my opinion but it is a real boost. Very fun to be able to play their old Ps4 games as well and many of them at 60fps, ie as long as it is supported.
    + fast
    + silent
    + stylish and accurate
    + supports many ps4 games
    +/- a little too big, but considering the cooling solution, it is completely acceptable.
    + simple, handsome and easy-to-maneuver menu
  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    Great to get rid of the jet engine PS4 Pro :) 60 fps is king. Handsome? No not directly, but who cares?
  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    It does not get better than this
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Updated: 3 months ago
    Sets me into the tribute choir. Fantastic console.

    + Extremely fast loading and in menus
    + Graphics
    + Dual Sence control. What a next-gen check
    - Hard disk size
  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    Big lift from PS4. Fast and really good with an oled TV.
  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    Fantastically fast!

    Has never been more fun with video games. Of course buy!
  • Terrible
    3 months ago
    No but it's phew
  • Very good
    3 months ago
    Updated: 3 months ago
    Console releases:
    Was one of the few who managed to row home a console shortly after release. Unfortunately, this launch has been ruined by all the scalpers that sell for double the price or more. In that respect, Sony, retailers and the entire market have failed miserably.

    The picture:
    Rap in the menus. Big difference from Ps4 PRO. Everything feels fresh and nextgen in this part.

    Agree with previous speakers that there are currently few PS5-exclusive games. However, Miles Morales is really cool and a nice showcase for what you can expect!

    The Ps4 games I run on ps5 now are only those that support / patched to 60 fps. Tex underestimated Days Gone and incomparably beautiful Ghost of Tsushima which flow like a dream. I like to sacrifice resolution against framerate every day of the week. A tip is to currently check online which games support 60 fps and run them if possible. In my opinion the single biggest lift so far with old games offering this! Once you start playing at 60 fps, you do not want to go back to 30. An example is God of War. The difference is huge.

    The charging times are also extremely different from the previous generation. Miles Morales, Astro has incredibly short charging times. One of the bigger lifts ie.

    The sound:
    As someone previously wrote, there is no support for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, which is sad from a movie / series point of view. However, I think the HDR is good without Vision. As for Sony's own 3D sound, it's just in its infancy right now. It is not true as someone previously wrote that you must have special headphones. You can connect any to the controller via 3.5 mm and get this sound. But of course, if you want completely wireless, not all headsets work. PS5 does not have bluetooth for the sound but it does not have Series X / S for that matter either.

    Hand controls:
    Cruel in every way. Lies well in the hand, breathes quality and the haptic feedback and adaptive prints are surprisingly powerful. Battery life is much better than in Dualshock 4.

    Other:
    Too small hard drive in the long run. You will have to delete games as it fills up quickly. Extra ssd will when it becomes possible to use be an expensive purchase.

    Much quieter than my old Ps4 PRO. The disc reader spins up but then falls silent fairly quickly.

    EXPENSIVE games at ps-store! For that reason, you should buy the version but disc reader so that you can compare prices and buy the games on disc. The extra thousand bucks you quickly save again on this, believe me.

    Overall, I am very happy!
  • Very good
    4 months ago
    If AMD had something like DLSS, it would be a full point, maybe for the PRO version.
  • Perfect
    7 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    Best price: NOK 10,000 on Finn.no.
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Console reserved on time for the fnac 500 € its normal price out of the question to pay more than its price and the console is just great hyper fast from the internal ssd magnificent games extraordinary controller with its precise vibrations and adaptive triggers and the game offered astro playroom is great only "default" the ssd has little storage I already had to delete games on one side if sony had put a bigger ssd the console would not have cost the same price and with a future update we can add a ssd m.2 inside the console it's only a matter of time
  • Excellent
    4 months ago
    Absolutely ok but no kiosk rollers for release games unfortunately. Would have liked to have a really good demo that shows what it is capable of. Has a dedicated game room so the design does not bother me much. A pity not to be able to use PS4 controller for PS5 games, and that built-in HD is so small. 3-4 Tb was definitely needed. Hope you activate the internal M.2 ssd port soon so you can expand the memory.

    Really hope Sony pushes the game developers to make PS5 exclusive games. As long as you insist on making versions for PS4 as well, you will not use the power that is available.
  • Good
    4 months ago
    not directly beautiful. would say that they have catastrophically missed in the design. but it attracts the eye. I'm looking forward to the next version which certainly looks nicer and maybe a little smaller.
    in terms of performance, it is better than playstation 4. I had hoped for more games at launch but it will come.
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Am very happy with my PS5. The best thing about the console is the controller. It is incredibly good, you have to try it to really understand how good it is!
    It is also completely silent, even after several hours of play. Most PS4 games run much better, and it works great with the PSVR. Recommend having a good TV / monitor with HDMI 2.1 to really notice the difference from PS4.
    All in all, I would say the console is 9.5 / 10.
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    Wow! What a boost it will be for the new generation of consoles! Playstation 5 delivers and continues to impress me. Super fast loading times, nice UI and interface. Light menus. Awesome performance and super nice graphics! 4K resolution, 60fps, 120fps and Ray tracing.

    But what really impresses BIG is the Dual Sense controller. It is impossible to describe how cruel it is. It really is next-gen. New vibrations, programmable resistance in the triggers, sound and microphone directly in the hand control. You can thus blow into the control of the hand control and simulate that you blow inside the game. When you tighten a bow inside the game, the trigger gets harder and harder the more you tighten, and then release completely when you shoot your arrow. Really cool feeling! When you walk on ice, grass, gravel or on clouds, you feel this in the hand control.

    I recommend Playstation 5 over xbox every day of the week. It's not because I'm a PS fanboy but because Sony really delivered a next-gen feel with the controller. Two thumbs up to Sony who really succeeded this time!

    To all of you out there who say that the games look just as good on the PS4 Pro and that it is not worth upgrading. You are a bit right, but at the same time there are no new generation games out there yet either. Next year we will see much more of these and then the hand control will show its true self. I yearn!
  • Very good
    4 months ago
    First, I want to comment on the review by WithFieryTruth. PS5 can as far as I understand send out Atmos signal via Bluray movie (see for example https://www.ign.com/wikis/playstation-5/How_to_Enable_Surround_Sound#How_to_Set_Up_Surround_Sound_and_Dolby_Atmos_for_DVDs_and_and_D. This means that as long as you have an Atmos-compatible receiver, you get Atmos sound. Xbox SX works in the same way when it comes to BR movies. The rest is true and if Dolby is crucial for one, one chooses Xbox instead.

    If we continue on the sound bit. Tempest 3D, the sound technology in PS, is intended to make the sound experience more realistic regardless of the speaker system. Sony seems to have put quite a lot of gunpowder into developing it. It will be some time before we know how successful they are (https://www.tomsguide.com/features/ps5-and-3d-audio-everything-you-need-to-know).

    As for the PS5 in general then. Of course you want all the latest when buying a new console. But then, the question is what actual difference does it make. I'm pretty sure the difference in gaming experience is virtually non-existent between the PS5 and Xbox SX. For example, would you notice a difference in a blind test? Doubtful.

    However, there are a few more points in addition to sounds on which Xbox and PS differ more than on paper so far.
    - Only Xbox has ALLM, which means that a TV that has that function automatically switches to game mode. It is unclear if PS5 will support it.
    - PS usually has more exclusive titles.
    - The hand controls are different. PS tries to be more innovative, which I think is fun.

    Overall, it is probably the range of games that is most crucial.
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    Awesome satisfied!

    Significantly more fun next gen experience, than when the PS4 was released, as this is a much bigger step, than what you got on the 4th.

    I liked Dual Shock 4, but DualSense is damn better.
    Haptic feedback may be a gimmick, but in Astro's Playroom, it gave a nice boost to the experience. Liked the feeling in the triggers, when shooting with the bow, something I hope they use in Horizon 2.

    That it's fast is no exaggeration, because the charging times in Astro and Miles Morales hardly exist. Feels like playing cartridge games during the NES / SNES era.
    After all, even the new operating system is filthy fast. Nice to get rid of the lag from the PS4.

    Lucky for my ex, who is quiet, with no problems ("take in wood"). It's not quite as quiet as the Series X, but compared to the PS3 and PS4, it's pretty quiet.

    The only thing that bothers me a bit is when you install games from the disc, for the disc reader, because it is as loud as on the PS4. But this is only a temporary problem, as it becomes silent when it is finished with the installation.

    Another thing I am a little bothered about is the actual support for the console, when you have it in a horizontal position, as it often comes loose, if you happen to move the console. Would have liked to have seen that you could also screw it in that position as well. It is noticeable that it is designed to stand vertically. As soon as I get the new TV bench, both the PS5 and Series X will be placed vertically, which also looks nicer.

    Apart from this, as I said, I am brutally satisfied.
  • Very good
    4 months ago
    Good console. Very large and quite difficult to place. I did not notice that it gets too hot than in the TV bench. The new UI is worse and messier than PS4 but it will probably be fixed in future updates. Actually, there are not many games for the person who justifies the purchase yet. Charging times are good but still quite long for cross-gene games like Assassins Creed.
    Significantly quieter than the PS4, but the blu-ray player sounds a lot. The control is a major upgrade to the PS4.
  • Perfect
    6 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    Best console ever. So fast and good. Charging times are just a memory.
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    King machine, run to buy, order, pre-order, it's worth it!
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    I received it on the morning of the 19th via pre-order from Fnac. Top console! The controller offers unparalleled sensations 🙂
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    "Oh, how big it is", was my first thought when I wrapped the wrapping paper from the console and put it on the table. I already knew before that it was big, but it was still surprising. And it is not completely white, but rather a bit off-white.

    The base sits a little loose when in a horizontal position, may be worth thinking about. Otherwise, everything went super smoothly with settings, starting with going through everything from start to finish. Note that if you are going to download saves from the cloud, it can take about 20-30 minutes to download everything, depending on the connection.

    Read everything and do not stress through the process when you start the first time. And for god's sake, PLAY ASTRO'S PLAYROOM that comes pre-installed on the console. It's really fun and helps you get to know the DualSense control. Love how the control's trigger buttons offer good resistance when the games require it, and you get to feel it already in the first minutes when you play Astro's Playroom.

    The console is completely silent, which is a good welcome after having had a jet engine for PS4 for 7 years. Have not encountered any compatibility issues with PS4 games, or any system crashes at all. Everything has worked perfectly. Experiences that HDR is slightly better than what the PS4 offered. The only thing I can be said to be directly dissatisfied with is that there is no support for Dolby Vision for movies and series, neither with UHD nor with the streaming services. I sincerely hope that it will come eventually. Can't recommend this enough!
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    The future is here!
    On November 19, PLAYSTATION 5 was released, the game console that changes the gaming experience.
    It is absolutely the right time to buy it if you like to play with the best graphics and the world's best game control. The software is sometimes a bit unstable but it will get better. The interface is different from the PS4 so it can take a few days for one to find all the shortcuts.

    If you want to get a full experience, it is important that you have a TV or screen that can handle 120 Hz, as well as support for HDMI 2.1.
  • Poor
    4 months ago
    Do not think this is worth buying at the moment, wait for price reductions, better games and that all childhood diseases are gone.

    Plus:
    The hand control feels revolutionary.
    Quick menus.
    60 fps in many games.

    Minus:
    Extremely large and clumsy.
    Overpriced, $ 500 will be SEK 6,000, Sony adds a few hundred extra compared to eg Nintendo and Microsoft.
    Not as quiet as promised, my ex suffers from coil whine, even several have reported the same problem.
    Often crashes when using standby.
    Lacks Quick resume, the best next-gen feature on the new Xbox.
    No support for 1440p monitor.
    The menus are fast but lack lots of standard features, such as folders.
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Absolutely wonderful console! Awesome graphics, fast as attans and what makes this console unique compared to the Xbox Series X is that the control will take you to a completely different dimension in terms of gaming experience.
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    First impressions:

    Large and a little difficult to place in the TV bench lying down but it is possible.
    Pretty quiet. A little fan noise is heard, but it is extremely little. Series X is by comparison completely silent in the same game. (Valhalla)
    The control is absolutely incredible. Reminds me more and more of X-box control and the PS5 has now even got better comfort (which I never thought I would say).
    Force Feedback is fantastic, as are the vibrations. This is clearly the best control ever. Also bought a Series X just for control, but it was not needed.
    Menus add a little, unlike series X. It's extremely little.
    Games, on the other hand, flow better than Series X. 60 FPS is a dream on console and even 30 FPS games flow much better than on PS4 / ONE.

    Can highly recommend!
  • Very good
    5 months ago
    I'm happy with my PS5 anyway! Explored it a bit "easy" with the son today and played Miles Morales, Cod Cold war, some PS4 games etc. It lasted about 9-10 hours today 😁 Of course it is not very quiet, but hey how quiet it is! Both the fan and the bluray drive are very quiet compared to the PS4 pro (latest revision). As quiet as my Xbox 1X was, but with quieter bluray drive!

    Impressive machine in many respects so far!

    Can not give 5 stars, however, until all the bugs, which many suffer from in the beginning, are fixed and then some settings are a bit tricky to find!
  • Perfect
    5 months ago
    Very good and Fast
  • Perfect
    5 months ago
    Fast and powerful