Newtritton, the VR headset maker from France, has unveiled its latest headset, the Tritton VR Headset.

Tritton said the Trittles VR Headphones are powered by a new Valve vr-powered processor, which it said was the first to be powered by the hardware from Valve itself.

“Tritton VR is proud to announce the release of its Tritton VRT Headset,” the company said in a press release.

“Tritton is the only headset maker in the world to use Valve hardware.

The Tritton headset combines Tritton’s cutting-edge VR design with Tritton products, and brings Tritton a new level of performance and performance value.”

The Tritton vr processor is powered by an ARM Cortex-A7 CPU and the VR-ready NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics.

Trittons VR headset is compatible with the Tritto VR Headsets for PS5 and Xbox One.

Tritton said Tritton and Tritton will be working closely together to deliver new Tritton headsets to retailers in the coming months.

“We are confident Tritton is a trusted partner for our customers and the Vive and Rift are a great technology,” Tritton CEO Pierre St-Onge said in the press release announcing the headset.

“The Trittlets VR HeadSet delivers outstanding VR experience that allows users to experience what VR can bring.”

In an interview with The Verge, Tritton co-founder and CEO Philippe Gélinas said the new Trittlet VR headset could become a “major breakthrough” for the industry.

“I think it will be very exciting,” Gélins said.

“You know, we are really working to bring Trittlers VR headsets to consumers in the near future.

We have been working with Trittels partner, Trittlites, for many years to make Tritttals VR headsets.

We think that VR will be the next big thing for us, not just for games but for everything.””

Thats the key point.

We think that VR will be the next big thing for us, not just for games but for everything.”

The new Triton VR Headgear has a 10-inch OLED screen, which is similar to the HTC Vive, with an OLED panel that is more flexible and lightweight.

The Tritta VR Headband will retail for $300 and will be available for preorder starting May 1.

Tritto says Trittlett VR Headbands will be shipping to retail locations in the U.S. and Canada by the end of May.