Sony Expected to Announce New Gaming Headsets and Monitors with PlayStation-Exclusive Features under “INZONE” Brand Next Week

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Sony is expected to announce an assortment of new gaming hardware next week under a new gaming brand called “INZONE.” Leaked images that were shared by OnLeaks and 91Mobiles earlier this week can confirm that the new hardware will include three new gaming headsets in the form of the INZONE H3, H7, and H9, all of which will feature the same color scheme as PlayStation 5 consoles. A separate report from Battlefield leaker Tom Henderson also states that Sony will be introducing two new gaming monitors under the INZONE brand. These will feature “exclusive features for PlayStation,” including auto HDR Tone Mapping and Auto Genre Picture Mode. The INZONE name has seemingly been confirmed by a tweet from Sony UK that promotes an upcoming event slated for June 28.

According to my sources, one of these monitors will be for 4K gaming at 144Hz, whereas the other will be full HD gaming at 240Hz. Both devices were described as being “perfect for PS5” and have received VRR (HDMI/G-Sync) support and feature low latency (1ms GtG). Sony has also kept HDR in mind (DisplayHDR600 in 4K/144Hz, DisplayHDR400 in FullHD/240Hz) for both monitors.

It’s also believed that both of these monitors will come with “gaming assist features”, which include the monitors displaying the number of FPS, game time, a viewfinder, improve brightness in dark locations (Black Equalizer), and refining brightness and contrast – to better see enemies with these features being turned off/on depending on the user’s desires.

Source: 91Mobiles, Exputer

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