At this point, I expect disappointment. Despite showing great potential with their excellent game development, Sony continues to produce expensive, unwanted or unnecessary gaming hardware. With Wednesday's event in New York, the reveal of the PlayStation 4 (or whatever Sony decides to call it) will determine whether or not Sony finally realizes the great position the company sits in. Microsoft's lack of software development and Nintendo's painfully slow sales of the Wii U, puts the Playstation 4 in a position to reclaim the dominance of a decade ago.
But unfortunately, I instil little faith in Sony to provide any innovation or perfection. Destructoid.com recently shared a photo of an alleged PlayStation 4 controller. The photo indicates a built in, lit, motion sensor bar, small touch screen or display and, improvements to the analog sticks and directional pad.
When considering Sony's track record with leaks around items like the PSP Go, PS Vita and new PS3 models, one can safely assume the legitimacy of the alleged prototype controller.