True, but my point still stands, and simon was right when he said it is not really 4K. I am not sure why he thought I said it would 4K, but going on where current affordable gaming tech is then there is every chance that one PS4 would out compete 4 PS3's in any configuration. In computing terms the PS3 technology is ancient, come 2014 the current top of the range stuff like the HD7970 3GB card will cost less than £200. That one is well over ten times a powerful as the PS3 card and will not feature in the PS3, instead they will opt for something a little less powerful but also far less energy demanding as they continue to push for smaller dyes. If people would like to know where we have come from since PS3's launch, look at the PS Vita and bear in mind there is no cooling going on there like there is in a PS3. Also, there is a mighty chip in the new iPhone 5 which is a massively modified Dual Core ARM Holdings tech. It can outperform the fastest intels that were on the consumers market just 10 years ago, and this thing is in a mobile phone and costs less than a quarter of the most expensive Intel around 2002. So in the years since PS3 and 2005... not able to make something four times as powerful? Seems madness to assume such a thing, technology gain has never worked like that.