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Sony to release new noise cancelling headset for PS4 and PS Vita

05 Nov 15

Sony is set to release an all-new in-ear stereo headset that reduces noise that is compatible for the PS4 and PS Vita consoles.

The new headset will be available in New Zealand from December 3rd, 2015. It will be priced at $NZD149.95. Not only is it compatible for the PS4 and PS Vita, you can also use it on your smart phones and tablets too.

The wired in-ear headset features "noise reducing AudioShield technology, which restricts unwanted sound from the environment around you". It is a noise cancelling headset that allows you to listen to your game without getting distracted by outside audio interfering.

The headset has "approximately 15 hours of rechargeable battery for the noise reducing feature, which can be charged via the USB cable included within the box". It also includes a microphone to chat with your friends and +/- volume buttons too.


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