The PS4 Slim is both smaller and quieter than both the classic PS4 and the PS4 Pro, so it requires little space in your living room.
The PS4 Slim is particularly suitable for gamers who play games like FIFA or Call of Duty occasionally to regularly, but don’t need the best graphics.
Thanks to the further developed design, the PS4 Slim consumes about 35% less power than a classic PS4.
The PS4 Slim doesn’t feature an optical connection for high-end gaming headsets or surround sound systems.
In combination with the PlayStation VR, the Slim lacks the extra computing power of the PS4 Pro.
Whether you’re playing in the living room or in your bedroom, with a compact PlayStation 4 Slim, you’ll be able to play the latest games like FIFA, F1 Racing, and Call of Duty. The stylish PS4 Slim is smaller, thinner, and more efficient than a PS4 Pro, so you can easily integrate it into your interior. Gaming, watching Blu-ray movies, or streaming Spotify can all be done on one device, with the PS4 Slim.
Contrary to its bigger ‘Pro’ brother, the Slim doesn’t have an optical connector for high-end gaming headsets. That means you have to connect headsets via USB or with the 3.5mm port on the controller.