Sony has unveiled the third generation entry in its HMZ personal viewer headset series, the HMZ-T3.
The T3 contains twin 720p OLED displays allowing 2D and stereoscopic 3D content. It'll also accept wireless 60GHz HD transmissions, while the lithium batteries will last for three-hours when used with a wireless HD connection or seven hours with HDMI.
The viewer can be used with mobile devices, as well as PCs and PlayStation 3. The downside? It's set to cost a stonking £1,300 when it launches in the UK in a few weeks.
Sony debuted the first generation HMZ a couple of years ago, before following this up with the second iteration late last year. It's important to note though that the HMZ-T3 is in no way affiliated with the rumoured VR headset the company is supposedly working on for the PlayStation 4.
Source : ign[dot]com