The standard PS5 includes the 4K UHD Blu- ray drive which is missing in the Digital version. This makes it have a bulge at the front. It is created to have a bold, appealing, and futuristic appearance. Its design has a white shell that passes through the black core and is faintly like that of PS3(has a black stripe) and PS4(has a blue stripe). The top has vents to reduce temperature while the front part has USB-A and USB-C fronts. The PS5 is packed in blue cases that appear similar to the PS4 but is slightly darker
and matches the blue accents on the console and controller. Peripherals that come with the device are an HD Camera, media remote, headset allowing 3D Audio, and two controllers. These features make it to be worth upgrading to.
The disc-equipped console has an optical drive which also sums up as a Blu-ray player and supports 4K video. Through the console, users can be able to have a widened range of home entertainment and enjoy DVDs and Blu-ray discs for a widened experience with friends and family. The new hardware runs on: 10.28 TFLOPS, 36 CUs at 2.23GHz with variable frequency, a custom RDNA 2 architecture, and a PS4 by comparison launched with 1.84 TFLOPS, 18 CUs at 800MHz. It also has a flexible GPU which comprises a custom RDNA 2 architecture and a PS4 by comparison launched with 1.84 TFLOPS, 18 CUs at 800MHz, 10.28 TFLOPS, and 36 CUs at 2.23GHz with variable frequency. It further comes with a more flexible GPU which involves specs such as 1.25 performance per clock upgrade and a 1.5x performance-per-watt. It further encompasses a new compute design bringing higher efficiency, streamlined graphics providing optimized performance, and a multi-level cache hierarchy.