At the recently-concluded Game Developers Conference, we got a bunch of details on Sony’s next-gen console, the PlayStation 4. According to TechRadar, AMD took the spotlight for its upcoming technology, and the company’s Director of ISV Neal Robinson shed some light on its chips powering the console."You don't know how long we've been waiting for that Sony announcement, because we've been working on it for years," Robison told TechRadar. "To finally be able to talk about a culmination of all this effort is really rewarding."When asked about Nvidia's Tony Tamasi's statement back in March, which stated that the PlayStation 4's speccs were comparable to a low-end CPU, Robinson said, "Well, of course they're going to do that. They're a little bitter."
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