By our count, the massive Ultimate FAQ that Sony posted today regarding the PS4 answers 191 questions about the system, ranging from the essential (“When does PS4 come out in different countries and regions?”) to the trivial (“Does PS4’s graphical user interface have a name like the PS3 system’s ‘Cross Media Bar’?”)
You can read through the whole thing yourself, but you’ll end up wasting a lot of time on things that are obvious, already well known, or simply inessential marketing speak. To help save you the trouble, here is our list of 17 good, bad, and ugly things we learned from the FAQ. While not all of these items are strictly new information, they are all important or interesting, and they're presented here to counteract the slow drip of information Sony has been putting out for months now.
You can be logged in to two PS4 systems at once
As long as one of the systems is the “primary” system for a given PSN account, you can simultaneously log in on another PS4 without kicking out the first user. This will give you access all the same games and cloud saves, and any other information from the second system, no fuss, no muss. This is a potentially killer feature for multi-system homes.