Haven't watched the whole event, just a bit of them talking about the power behind this machine. After seeing some of the ingame graphics I must admit, I am amazed the PS 4 is an incredilbe powerhouse. Personally stuff like Netflix (I prefer to have my dvds in a shelf, even useable when I am offline!), Gaikai (never heard of them before) or some Amazon, Youtube apps are not what I am expecting from a console...these are nice to have but for sure not killerfeatures.
Things I love:
- 8 core
- 8 gb ddr 5
- no more loading times thanks to the suspend mode
- being able to play used games - thanks Sony screw you M$
- promise of streaming even PS I + II titles!
- new controller but where are the start and select buttons?
- BluRay-Drive but honestly that had to be expected
- play the game before the download is even finished
- stream the game from TV to my tablet, smartphone or whatever - awesome
- share button: if it want to share stuff I'll do it with my reallife friends or by using ICQ, MSN
- uploading a video, thats what youtube is for I don't need that and especially not on on the PSN
- Motion Eye bundle: just make it an external accessoire and drop the price a bit
- PSN learning from my "buying behaviour"
- spectator mode: hello Sony privacy?!
- storing stuff like profiles, savings on the PSN "cloud" this looks more like a data-collection not my cup of tea
All in all I am really impressed with this beauty, the graphics are outstanding, I will not be a first day buyer but it looks like Sony has made their homework and is delivering a real powerhouse. Since I will not be using the internet on the console, the controller and graphical power paired with a Bluray-Drive are enough for me, to consider this thing. Doubt M$ has invested that much thought in their upcoming console.