While we already posted what an alleged PS5 devkit (development kit) looks like back in October, we now have a clearer view of the unit!More news: Zorc sure Sancho won't push for the January exit of Dortmund
Well, according to Tom Warren, senior editor over at The Verge, it's at least partly because "hardly anyone has them". The twin raised portions of the console even make that distinctive "V" shape, which could be a nod to the console's number: five, as in Roman numeral V.
Some users still expressed concern that the PS5 might run especially loud if Sony keeps this fan design, while others are anxious about potential heat issues if the system requires that sort of extensive air cooling system.More news: Its impact on local economy — Small Business Saturday
What's doubtful is the claim that they are nowhere near final. A picture showing two PS5 dev kits has just popped up online courtesy to a developer (via @Alcoholikaust) who "just didn't give a fuck" and allowed someone to take a picture of the consoles and publicize it.
On the front of the console, the PS5 prototype houses 5 USB ports, what looks to be a camera, buttons to turn the console on, reset it, and eject a disc, along with a system and network status display.More news: New Orleans Saints Survive Against the Atlanta Falcons
Thanks to Eurogamer for the information. The original Nintendo Gameboy and the Nintendo DS (classified as handheld game consoles) are still significantly ahead of the PlayStation 4, and it is unlikely that they will be eclipsed, given the fact that the PlayStation 5 is not too far off from its debut.