New PS4 wireless headsets from Sony and HTC are finally here.
Sony’s new wireless headset looks a little more refined than the PS4 Pro, and the HTC Vive headset is pretty slick too.
Sony says the new PS4 headset has a more advanced camera and is more comfortable to wear, though it’s not quite as comfortable as the HTC headset.
Sony is also adding wireless charging for the PS VR headset and VR headgear, and has added a few new game controllers and buttons, like the shoulder buttons for PlayStation Move.
Read more Sony’s first wireless headset, the PS3 wireless headset from 2012, has been out for over a year now.
But the PS Vita wireless headset is coming to the PS5 in the coming weeks, and Sony’s not stopping there.
The PS VR and PS Move controllers will be available soon, as will PS4 and PS Vita games and accessories.
The Xbox One and PS VR will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One X and PSVR later this year.
The PS4 comes with a 4K OLED display and a 1080p screen resolution, which means it can support 4K HDR content at 60fps.
The headset is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and supports the PS Move and PS4 games.
The DualShock 4 controller and the PS 4 wireless controller come standard.
The wireless controllers have a “wide field of view”, but the PSVR and PS Vive controllers will only have a 30mm wide field of vision.
We asked Sony for a price and the answer was that the PS 5 is launching on October 27 for $499.
Sony didn’t give a release date for the Xbox One, but the company did say that the Xbox 360 is getting a refresh.
PS VR is launching at $349.
The PlayStation 4 Wireless headset is priced at $499, while the PS VivoTrack headset is $599.
The HTC Vive is priced from $599, while PS VR controllers are $599 and the PlayStation VR headset is only $499 for the Vive.
You can check out the official PSVR review here.
The HTC Vive has been around since 2014, and its controller and headset look almost identical to the ones that Sony released back in 2015.
However, the HTC controllers are a little narrower than the ones in Sony’s PS4, so you won’t be able to use them with PlayStation Move controllers.
The Vive controllers are also designed for use with VR headsets, which is a big improvement from the old Xbox 360 controllers.