Sony Has Announced Three Headsets And Two Monitors That Are Perfect For PlayStation And Here’s The Australian Pricing

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Sony has this morning announced its INZONE brand and alongside it revealed three new headsets as well as two monitors.


The three headsets including the INZONE H9, INZONE H7 and INZONE H3 will all release in Late July in Australia for the below prices and all headsets can be pre-ordered HERE.

  • INZONE H9: $449.95 AUD (PRE-ORDER HERE)– Wireless Noise Cancelling Gaming Headset: Active noise cancelling/transparency modes, dual dongle/Bluetooth connectivity, 32 hour battery life and 360 spatial sound support. It also has a 10 minute quick charge to get you back in the action.
  • INZONE: H7: $349.95 AUD (PRE-ORDER HERE)– Wireless Gaming Headset: dual dongle/Bluetooth connectivity, 40 hour battery life, 360 spatial sound.
    offers up to an hour game time.
  • INZONE H3: $149.95 AUD (PRE-ORDER HERE)– Wired Gaming Headset: 360 spatial sound support.
CREDIT: The Street

These headsets are perfect for both PlayStation and PC and just like the Pulse 3D Headset, this is the only headset on the market hat lets you adjust game/chat volume on the actual headset itself. The high-end H9 model also has active noise cancelling and also the ability to let ambient noise in as well.

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Sony also announce two brand new gaming monitors which look like they fit right into the PlayStation accessory line-up. We don’t have Australian release dates or pricing yet but we’re waiting to confirm with Sony.

CREDIT: The Verge
  • INZONE M9 Gaming Monitor $899 USD ($1,300 AUD) – The M9 Gaming Monitor is a 27″ 4K/144HZ gaming monitor with Full Array Local Dimming and HDR600. It also has Auto HDR tone mapping when connected directly to a PlayStation 5. It has two HDMI 2.1 compatible ports.
  • INZONE M3 Gaming Monitor $529 USD ($765 AUD) – The Sony M3 INZONE gaming monitor is a 27″ 240Hz monitor that has VRR support and is probably better suited to PC gaming than PS5.