The HMZ-T3W is completely wireless, with a built-in battery. This little black box converts the images coming out of your PC, game console, or mobile device and beams them to two tiny OLED displays in front of your eyes. Read editors' take
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These slider controls let you adjust the lenses so even those who wear glasses can play. Read editors' take
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Two 720p screens so close to your eyeballs combine to look like a 750-inch TV seen from 20 meters away, according to Sony. Read editors' take
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You too could look this cool, for just £1,300 (over $2,000 US). Read editors' take
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You wear headphones for total immersion, with virtual 7.1-channel surround sound. Read editors' take
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It's Sony's third try at this kind of headset. Read editors' take
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The thing sticking out the top is a pad so your head doesn't get sore wearing the headset for long periods, such as during a whole movie. Read editors' take
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These straps are padded for comfort too. Read editors' take
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Sony claims the HMZ-T3 is great for games, with minimal lag. Read editors' take
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It's out in Europe in November, to coincide with the PlayStation 4. Read editors' take
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Would you shell out £1,300 for this? Let us know in the comments. Read editors' take
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