The PlayStation 5 has a couple of advantages over the Xbox Series X that people may not have realised.
As reported by VG247, Sony's console has faster USB connections and uses the new Wi-Fi 6 standard.
Here's what that means in practical terms.
PS5 Has Faster USB Ports and Wi-Fi Than Xbox Series X
You can check out the PS5 teardown video below.
According to the video, the PS5's USB-C port and rear USB-A ports will offer 10Gbps transfer speeds, while the front USB-A port will be slower (meaning it's better to plug any storage you may have into the back).
Still, the Series X lacks USB-C ports, and its USB-A ports cap out at 5Gbps.
VG247 also noted that the console supports the new Wi-Fi 6 standard, with a 9.6 Gbps maximum speed.
For comparison, the Series X offers Wi-Fi 5, with a maximum speed of 3.5 Gbps - less than half.
You'll need a Wi-Fi 6 capable router, and it won't necessarily supercharge your download speeds, but it does mean that connections will be more evenly distributed to other devices.
Looking to grab a console for launch? Be sure to check out our rundown of some of the PS5's launch title file sizes.
We also know that Godfall will require an always-online connection, despite not being a "games as a service" title.