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Sony Announces the HMZ-T3 Personal Viewer Headset

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Sony have unveiled a new version of their HMZ personal viewer headsets, named the T3. Before you leap to the defense of Oculus, it’s not a VR device and shouldn’t be muddled up in the recent rumors of  Sony’s attempts to emulate the Rift for use with the PlayStation 4.

Reportedly, the T3 houses two 720p OLED displays that produce both 2D and stereoscopic 3D imaging. It’s capable of receiving wireless 60GHz transmissions and boasts an  internal lithium battery than can power the device for three hours when at full charge when used wireless, or up to seven hours then connected to a HDMI cable.




The HMZ-T3 personal viewer headset is compatible with PC, PlayStation 3 and even some tablets and smart phones. Tempted? Well you may want to reign your wallet back in as the T3 will set you back £1,300!


Sony have recently been rumored to be working on a VR headset that uses the new PlayStation camera and  is said to be releasing in 2014. Currently Sony has yet to comment on the rumored device.


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