While we may not know what it looks like, we do know it's called PlayStation 4 (not Orbis), and Sony says it's "not just next-gen tech in a box", but it will "reconceptualize how you'll play." Sony is promising a "personalized" experience, while accessing content is going to be easier, with "greater fidelity".
From what Sony has shown, it looks like they're on their way.
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We finally have the first major revision to the controller's exterior since analog sticks were added to the first DualShock. First and foremost, the one revision I'm psyched for is the elongation of the handles; it looks to add about 1" to their lengths. For someone who has goddamned gorilla hands, this is great news, and one reason why I've hated the DualShock controllers all these years. The DualShock 4 includes a touchpad directly on the front, akin to the rear touchpad on the Vita, which is clickable, ala BlackBerry Storm (yes, I know, that is a horrible reference).
The Share button (cornered between the D-Pad and touchpad) allows you to snap photos or upload videos of your gameplay to Facebook (no word on YouTube), as a sort of PVR functionality (more on this later). Opposite of the Share button is the Options button; this is the merging of the Start and Select buttons into one function. The analog sticks have been altered slightly, but still sport their convex appearance, but with a lip around the edge, similar to the Xbox 360's "transforming D-Pad" controller's thumbsticks.