Sony seems really serious about putting more focus on PC gaming. Not only are more and more Playstation titles appearing for PC, now there is also a new hardware brand with monitors and headsets.
With Inzone, Sony has introduced a new series of peripheral devices for gamers. The whole thing starts with two monitors and three headsets, some of which should already be on the market in the summer.
The Inzone H3 is basically the entry level – a wired headset that is said to be available for 99 dollars. The H7 goes one step further and comes as a wireless headset with a battery life of up to 40 hours for 229 dollars. The H9 becomes the flagship for 299 dollars and also offers Active Noise Cancellation. All headsets should support THX Spatial, but also run with Tempest 3D on the PS5. The three headsets are scheduled to be released in July.
When it comes to monitors, the Inzone M9 awaits you, a 4K monitor with 144 Hz and 27-inch format along with HDR600 certification. It won’t be cheap, a whopping 1,099 dollars are announced for the monitor. The M9 is scheduled to go on sale this summer. The cheaper M3 with 1080p resolution and 240 Hz will appear later. The M9 in particular is also designed for gaming with consoles.
There is also a comprehensive inzone app for all devices, with which detailed settings can be made.