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Sony Is Apparently Set To Announce Three New Gaming Headsets & Two Monitors And The First Images Have Leaked

Sony INZONE Is The New Sony Accessory Range

UPDATE: This event has now been announced. Find all the details HERE.


Last week we reported on a leak that suggested that PlayStation were to announce a new PS5 Pro controller and it seems as though that’s just the beginning in terms of new PlayStation accessories

According to multiple sources and leaks this morning, Sony is set to unveil a new line of Pro accessories under the banner of “Sony INZONE”. At least five accessories under this new line will be unveiled next week including three new headsets and two new monitors. The INZONE trademark that was filed by SONY last year can be found HERE. Reports suggest that Sony will reveal all five of these next week, but it’s unclear if the Pro controller will be revealed.

Earlier today, an outlet called 91mobiles posted the first information as well as several images of three new Sony INZONE gaming headsets ranging from a budget headset all the way to a high-end headset with noise cancelling.

Tom Henderson has backed up these claims and also posted a summary of each headset.

SONY INZONE H3 GAMING HEADSET:

  • Wired headset
  • Cheapest headset
  • 360 Spatial Sound

SONY INZONE H7 GAMING HEADSET:

  • Wireless headset
  • 360 Spatial Sound
  • Best battery life

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SONY INZONE H9 GAMING HEADSET:

  • Wireless headset
  • 360 Spatial Sound
  • Most expensive headset
  • Noise-canceling sound

Interestingly enough, the headsets seem to bare similarities to the newly announced WH-1000XM5 which are widely regarded as the best noise cancelling headsets.

The report by Henderson goes onto report that Sony is also set to announce two gaming monitors under the Sony INZONE brand.

These two monitors will feature “exclusive for PlayStation” features which includes auto HDR tone maping and Auto Genre Picture modes. One of these monitors are set to be 4K/144HZ with the other set to be 1080p/240HZ. Both will have VRR support and low latency. The high-end 4K model will be DisplayHDR600 whilst the 1080p model will be DIsplayHDR400″.

Like many other gaming monitors on the market, these will have gaming assist features with the ability to display FPS, game time, a viewfinder, as well as a black equaliser.

Obviously, we’ll keep you posted as soon as we know more.