Sony HMZ-T3W personal 3D viewer to release in Nov

The Sony HMZ-T3W personal 3D viewer is scheduled to release this November and this will bring a 750-inch screen to your face with the assistance of 7.1 surround sound to heighten the immersion. With the Sony personal 3D viewer headset the head mounted gadget allows users to enjoy great experiences wirelessly.

Regarded as Sony‘s third-generation head mounted display this product offers WirelessHD connectivity to consoles, PCs and mobiles, while the whole experience is said to be the equivalent of a 750-inch cinema screen being viewed from a distance of 20m. The 360-degree 7.1 virtual surround sound adds to the experience and this is nicely designed to be light and comfortable.

When it comes to the actual cost the £1,300 price tag may be beyond your budget, but this is regarded as a great replacement for your entire home cinema set-up, which is mobile and wireless. Apparently, the Sony HMZ-T3W personal 3D viewer release date is touted as this November, although we are yet to pin down the actual date.

More details on this can be seen on the Google Translate website highlighting some of these top features and this provides a bit more insight into when this product will arrive, expecting the Sony personal 3D viewer sometime in mid-November.

Sony HMZ-T3W personal 3D viewer to release in Nov

In addition, they also mention warning restrictions for children under the age of 15, and feel that anyone under this age should refrain from using it, as there is a risk that the health and growth of a child could be compromised.

Does the £1,300 price tag seem a bit overwhelming to you? Maybe this could be the ideal replacement for your home entertainment systems.

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Written by Marlon Votta

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