The PlayStation 5 is a huge leap forward in console gaming technology, just like its Microsoft rival. It may have taken us a few weeks, but we've learned a lot in our time with the PS5.
Its relatively modular and repair-friendly design is slightly overshadowed by some software locks and annoying (if not all that rare) Torx security screws.
That said, a tool-less first disassembly step, easy fan access, and off-the-shelf storage expansion are always huge wins in our book.
Where does the PS5 land on the repairability scale? Keep scrolling to find out.
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