PlayStation Classic

Sony Entertainment is releasing the PlayStation Classic, a mini-version of its original PlayStation console in limited quantities on 3 December 2018 at a suggested retail price of S$139.

The update to the console that changed the world of gaming back in the 1990s will come preloaded with 20 original games such as Final Fantasy® VII (SQUARE ENIX Co., LTD.), Jumping Flash! (SIE), R4 RIDGE RACER TYPE 4, Tekken 3 (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.), and Wild Arms (SIE).

Aside from shrinking in size into a smaller form factor, there are also new physical changes to the PlayStation Classic, welcoming the 90s console into a 21st century world.

PlayStation Classic

It now comes with a HDMI output port, an USB port and two controller ports.

The gaming resolution also got a boost with a video output of up to 720p.

For gamers who wish to revisit their childhood console, be sure to keep a look out for the device when its out at all PlayStation Authorised Dealers, Sony Stores, and selected Sony Centre outlets.

Product Outline:

Product PlayStation®Classic
Platform SCPH-1000R Series
Launch Date December 3, 2018
Included PlayStation®Classic x 1

Controller x 2

HDMI™ Cable x 1

USB Cable*4 x 1

Printed Materials

Video output 720p, 480p
Audio output Linear PCM
Input/output HDMI output port

USB port (Micro-B)*4 

Controller port x 2

Power DC 5V / 1.0A
Maximum rated power 5W
External dimensions Approx. 149 x 33 x 105mm (5.8 x 1.3 x 4.1 in) (width x height x depth) (excluding controllers)
Mass Console      Approx. 170g (6.0 oz)

Controller     Approx. 140g (4.9 oz)

Operating temperature 5℃ to 35℃
Copyrights ©Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved.

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.


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