They will fit at least 3 PS5 there.
New jobs will be created for people to design, test, create, program, secure, fix, maintain, sell, install and support these robots. Plus new jobs being created in other places too. Not saying it'll be easy for people who only have expertise in manufacturing to transitioning to a new profession but just pointing out that overall so far there shouldn't be a fear of there being less and less jobs for people.
Sony fan here, have had all the consoles and most of the iterations of each.That's the problem, inconsistency. My PS4 until I got the pro and gave it to a friend (still silent till today) and my PS4 Pro since 2016 are all silent. Only seen one loud PS4 among more than 100 PS4's I've seen first hand!
With those robots we should expect more quality control and happier consumers, I guess.
Sony fan here, have had all the consoles and most of the iterations of each.
My PS4 was loud and my PS4 pro is like a jet engine. So if we are talking anecdotal evidence, then almost every PS4 ever pro and launch is super loud.
I plan to get the ps5 at launch and pray for library compatibility and silence.
I remember people with the launch 360 saying the same thing as you about the rrod. It was a real problem and the PS4 noise is real. Consider yourself lucky.
One every 30 seconds... isn’t that like a million in a year? Doesn’t sound like they’ll ever meet demand...
I'll give it to the human assembly lines I've seen; some of those people can assemble shit quicker than I have ever thought possible. Assembling a full knife in <3s with 8 parts is inspiring to watch.