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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.

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These slider controls let you adjust the lenses so even those who wear glasses can play.

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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.

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You too could look this cool, for just £1,300 (over $2,000 US).

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You wear headphones for total immersion, with virtual 7.1-channel surround sound.

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It's Sony's third try at this kind of headset.

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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.

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These straps are padded for comfort too.

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Sony claims the HMZ-T3 is great for games, with minimal lag.

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It's out in Europe in November, to coincide with the PlayStation 4.

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Would you shell out £1,300 for this? Let us know in the comments.

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