Review Roundup: PlayStation Portal – brace for buyer’s remorse

PlayStation Portal The PlayStation Portal is a dedicated handheld streaming device that allows for remote play of PS5 games on its 8-inch screen. It is designed for in-home use with an existing PS5 and a stable Wi-Fi connection. What We Like: Exclusive PS5 Remote Play: If seamless integration with your PS5 for remote gaming is a priority, the Portal offers a specialized solution.Portable Within Your Home: For those who need to game away from their primary TV, the Portal provides mobility within the range of your home network.Built-in DualSense Features: Enjoy the familiar tactile feedback and adaptive triggers of the PS5’s controller in a portable format.Clarity and Comfort: The Portal’s 1080p display and ergonomic design are tailored for comfortable, extended gaming sessions without compromising on visual quality. Check Availability Check Current Offers ` Priced at a cool $199.99 and hitting the shelves on November 15th, the PlayStation Portal device is like the middle child that can’t decide whether it wants to be a gadget or a gizmo. It streams games from your home PS5 via Wi-Fi, but don’t expect it to do anything else—no cloud streaming like Nvidia’s Geforce Now or even Sony’s own PlayStation Plus Premium subscription, and it certainly won’t run anything locally (sorry, no YouTube binge-watching or Netflix chill sessions). The Portal is, in essence, an eight-inch LCD squished between two halves of a DualSense controller. It’s got a 1080p resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, Wi-Fi 5 support, and a 4,370mAh battery that charges via USB-C. It also…Review Roundup: PlayStation Portal – brace for buyer’s remorse

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