More PlayStation Phone Details and Pics Emerge
Modern-Tech Wireless Bluetooth Headset for Playstation 3 On-Line Gaming Bluetooth Over-the-head Headset 180°flex boom MIC Adjustable head strap Background noise reduction Operation range: Up to 10 meters A comfortable wireless Bluetooth headset that is ideal for on-line game chatter. The boom mic if flexible allowing you to find the perfect arrangement for comfort. There is
- Bluetooth Over-the-head Headset
- 180°flex boom MIC
- Adjustable head strap
- Background noise reduction
- Operation range: Up to 10 meters
A comfortable wireless Bluetooth headset that is ideal for on-line game chatter. The boom mic if flexible allowing you to find the perfect arrangement for comfort. There is an easy to use mute button for when the moment requires.
Bluetooth version: v2.0+EDR
Talk time: Up to 10 hours
Standby time: Up to 250 hours
Supported profile: Headset and Hands- free. Comes with a USB charge cable and a car charger
Rating: (out of 14 reviews)
SingStar Microphones are now available in wireless form. They come complete with a USB wireless receiver and batteries to make your SingStar moments so much more enjoyable. Includes two microphones.
Rating: (out of 71 reviews)
List Price: £34.99
Suitable to open your xbox 360 or PS3 console case.
Not suitable to open controller.
Rating: (out of 1 reviews)
- 12 Volt In Car Adapter
- Colour is White
GP Batteries GPXPC01 ultra compact, light-weight, dual input USB 12/24V Instant Power in-car charger. Complete with battery status LED indicator, USB charging cable and mini USB connector. Ideal for charging mobile phones, bluetooth headsets, digital cameras/camcorders, MP3 players, PDAs, handheld games systems etc.
- Ideal for high resolution video recording
- Greater durability: 5 years warranty
- Compatible with all Sony Cyber-shot, Handycam, VAIO, PSP & Alpha released after 2007
- Compatible with copyright protection technology (“MagicGate”)
Memory Stick PRO Duo 8GB – Optimum for storing, sharing and transferring thousands of high quality pictures, videos and music.
Please check that your device is compatible with this product as some devices may have a maximum card capacity. Only unopened products can be returned if they are not compatible.
- Supports High-Fidelity voice input/output with PS3. This allows for a higher quality voice-chat on PS3, and support of ‘voice command’ function on future PS3 games
- Easy pairing with PS3. Pair the Headset with PS3 by connecting them using USB cable. Headset is packed with a 1 foot long standard USB-to-mini cable
- Mute status, volume level, battery fuel gauge, charging status and connection status of this Headset will show up on an exclusive user action indicator, in-game, on PS3’s on-screen display
- Includes a Charging Cradle for easy charging. Headset can be used as a far-field microphone when docked in this cradle (voice output from PS3 is automatically transferred to the TV in this case). Allows for easy storage of Headset when not being used
- Compatible with existing PS3 games,Compatible with Bluetooth enabled mobile phones, Small, compact and sleek. Top of the line hardware configuration.
Ps3 Headset Wireless Sony : PS3
Rating: (out of 124 reviews)
List Price: £24.99
More pictures of the rumored PlayStation Phone have shown up, and the device looks as sleek as ever. Details about the device’s software and Sony’s plans have also been revealed through an earnings call and sources close to the project.
But first let’s deal with the question of the device’s authenticity. When we reported on the PlayStation Phone last week, it was the culmination of a long series or rumors about an Android-powered, Sony-designed gaming device. The source for this big development was gadget blog Engadget, which simply posted pictures and details under the headline “The PlayStation Phone.”
When some gadget enthusiasts questioned whether or not the device was real, Engadget staked its reputation on the news and followed up with a claim that multiple, reliable sources very close to the project were behind the leak. Furthermore, Sony was asked about the leak in an earnings call and while its executives didn’t confirm it, they assured listeners that something similar was inevitable, and that prototypes exist.
Engadget believes this is one of those prototypes, and it acquired new photos, some of which we’ve included here. It also reports that the device’s codename is “Zeus,” and that while it runs Android, different prototypes seem to be running different versions. One prototype carries an 8 GB SD card to supplement “at least” 512 MB of internal data storage.
As we reported before, the device has a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, a touch pad, and a 5-megapixel camera. Those specs should be more than enough to play classic PlayStation games and new games alike. Here are the pics; head over to Engadget for more.
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