Sony has released a new video where the company talks about the PS4, the new DualShock 4 controller as well as the PlayStation Camera, Sony's counterpart to Microsoft's Kinect.

In the video, a Sony rep by the name of Hollie Bennett takes the viewer through multiple features of the PlayStation 4 and its peripherals. Hollie noted that the PS4 model shown in this video is a prototype, so keep that in mind.

The front of the PS4 stores two USB ports, the power and eject buttons as well as the disc drive. A PS4 logo sits on the top right corner of the console's front panel, while a Sony logo is perched on the top left corner of the PS4's front. The line that cuts across the middle of the PS4 vertically will light up blue when the console is in use.

Around back, you'll find a digital optical drive, an HDMI port, Ethernet, auxiliary connector and a port for the power brick.

The DualShock 4 controller will sport longer, thinner and curved triggers. The body is textured on the DualShock 4's underside, which may make it easier to grip, whether your hands are free of perspiration or not. 

The PlayStation Camera can shoot in 3D, wields a pair of cameras and sports four microphones.

Watch the full video below, courtesy of YouTube.

What do you think of the newest PS4 hands-on video from Sony? Sound off in the comments below.