One of Sony's big talking points for the PS4 Pro is its support for High Dynamic Range content, but players won't have to wait until November 10 to see what HDR is all about. Sony's Andrew House announced that a firmware update due out next week will make all PS4s HDR compatible.
During a brief live demonstration today, Sony announced the PlayStation 4 Slim at $299 and the PlayStation 4 Pro at $399. The PS4 Pro has a better CPU and supports for 4K and HDR gaming, no hardware specifications were released. Both systems will be available this fall.