R1700 for a 1TB sounds a bit high? Aren't they normally around R800?
The only difference is in the name I think.
You get one for the PS4, so its got the matching blue. & the Xbox has the matching green. So up the price!!!
@Teb speed gains are not as high as you would think simply because consoles still use the SATA 2 bus which is the real bottleneck. You still get some performance gains on boot and launch in certain games AFAIK, but general load times don't seem to improve that much. If it is space that you after an external is probably a better investment, but if you want some improvement to boot and load times then yeah an SSD may be what you want just temper expectations.
Edit: Found this article. Basically, according to these guys, an SSD upgrade is only worth it on the Pro and not the base PS4.
At this stage just wait for the PS5. I upgraded to the Pro, via a gift, and can honestly say that it is nowhere near worth the price differential on the base PS4. Honestly, don't notice faster boot and load times and even on my 4K HDR-enabled TV the graphical difference is not noticeable after the first 5minutes of use. I'd have to have the two systems running side by side on the same model TV to be able to tell the difference.
Ok, I have to know... Do women (or men) with long hair wear their headphones like this? Surely having that hair between you and the 'phones is irritating AF? Why not just... bun it up, or put the hair on the outside...?
Someone please confirm