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With the PlayStation VR virtual-reality headset now available in Australia, it's a pretty exciting time to pick up a PS4 console. You can currently get the 500GB Slim version from The Gamesmen for $329.95. That's $110 off the recommended retail price, or 25 per cent. There's also a bunch of cheap PS4 bundles available. Here are the links to the deals.
The PlayStation VR virtual-reality headset is now out for the PS4. If you've just spent hundreds of dollars on one, you need to know which games are worth forking out for. Here are our thoughts on the key games in the VR launch lineup.
Reducing the roar of jet engines to a whisper, Sony's MDR-1000X Bluetooth headphones offer first class noise-cancelling for travellers with deep pockets. At $699 Sony's MDR-1000X headphones certainly aren't cheap but in return they deliver amazing noise-cancelling performance – a big step up from Sony's $499 MDR-100ABN "H.ear On" headphones which already sound pretty impressive.
Video games aren't just for kids. Most gamers are now over thirty. Sony wants to bring virtual reality (VR) to the masses with PlayStation VR, which was released yesterday. Baby boomers in Australia have a high level of disposable income to spend on newfangled gadgets. With all that in mind, I enlisted the help of my dad, a baby boomer, practical buyer and casual gamer, to test out the PlayStation VR.
It's not often that two major technology manufacturers hold a product launch on the same day — but that's exactly what's happening tomorrow morning. First, Apple will unveil its latest wares — including the iPhone 7 — at its 2016 keynote in San Francisco. Then, Sony will unveil its new super console, dubbed PS4 Neo, in New York City. If you care about consumer technology, this is definitely worth staying up for.
It's happening. Following Microsoft's Xbox Scorpio announcement at E3, Sony is preparing to reveal its own super-charged console at its PlayStation Meeting event in New York City tomorrow. If you want to catch all the action live, here's what you need to know.