JYP Entertainment and Sony Computer Entertainment are making a splash at the CES in Las Vegas this week.
It’s Sony’s first major event since the company announced its new PlayStation 4.
Sony has already launched the new console at a handful of special events, including a few of its own shows.
It announced the console during CES 2017 and said that it would be launching in November.
It also announced that it will be announcing the console at the PlayStation Experience 2018, which kicks off today in Las Las Vegas.
The new console, which is the first to run the brand-new PS4 Pro graphics processor and 4K video playback, also includes two new speakers.JYP Entertainment has been on a tear with the console, unveiling a new set of games at CES and the PlayStation PlayAsia event last week.
But today, it announced the new PlayStation Pro console that it is introducing to the market.
The console is named the JYP Pro and is the most advanced gaming system that Sony has ever created.
The JYP family is composed of three consoles.
The first is the PlayStation Pro, which will be sold with a $499 base price and will include the new GPU.
The second is the Sony XBR, which includes the PS4, PS4 Slim, a 2TB SSD drive and a DualShock 4 controller.
The third is the JVP Pro, a successor to the XBR that will be priced at $499 and will be equipped with a Dualshock 4 controller, a larger battery and a 4K TV.
The XBR will be available in two color options: white and red.
The PS4 and PS4 SL will also be available for pre-order.JVP Pro will launch in September, and will cost $499.
The JVP S, which launches in October, will cost the same price, at $549.
The PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 S will launch later in 2019.