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Yes I have had both for a week or so, and yes they are both powerful machines, but which one is better? Which one would I recommend? It may be too soon to create a final verdict, but here are my initial thoughts on both units, the pros, cons and what makes either machine outshine the other.

I ordered my Playstation 4 on Amazon and the Xbox One came via Best Buy, thanks to my lovely wife standing outside in the freezing weather for the midnight Day One launch sale. Opening the PS4 box, you first realize that the unit is very...
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  • Franklin McMahon Studio
    Creative Director, 2001 - present
  • Penton - Broadcast Engineering Magazine
    Contributing Editor, 1997 - present
    Creative Director, 1999 - 2000
  • FOX / WPME
    Broadcast Production Supervisor, 1998 - 1999
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