When the PS4 was announced, Sony marketed it as a gamer-centric device. The opposite was true for the PS3, which was marketed as the center of your media center.
The Xbox One followed the latter strategy and tanked while the PS4 soared. Now that the PS4 has an established user-base, Sony is upgrading its build in media features.
In a recent update, it added support for a Media Player, that can also stream files from a local-network. And now, Sony has announced an official remote so that the controller isn’t the only choice for interface navigation.
The great thing about this remote is that in addition to you PS4, it can also control your TV and two other devices through the inbuilt IR sensor.
It would cost $30, and would release later this month.
What do you think?