Axios has a ton of news to report today about the Sony PlayStation 4 headset, the PlayStation Camera, the DualShock 4 controller, and the PSVR.
The company is reporting today that the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Camera are headed to retail.
The DualShock and DualCamera are both set to launch on September 29th and will come with a $149.99 MSRP.
The PS4 camera is coming in black and silver.
The headset will also include a pair of headphones with an 8-mm earcups and a 2.5-mm microphone.
The dual microphone will come bundled with the headset.
The DualShock is also coming with a bundle with a controller and two controllers, but that bundle is only available in black.
The two controllers will be the Dual Controller and Dual Controller + Dual Controller.
The controllers will also be sold separately.
The PSVR is also getting a bundle.
It’s a bundle of three controllers and a bundle for a PlayStation Camera and DualShock.
Both bundles are available at retail.
The price of the Dual Camera is $129.99.
The PlayStation Camera is priced at $149 at launch.
The bundle of controllers includes two controllers and two DualCasters.
The controller bundle includes a PSVR headset.
The camera bundle includes the Dual camera with the DualCaster.
Sony is making the DualCamera a standalone product.
The new Dual Camera will work with any camera and will be available in a black and red color scheme.
The price of that camera is $249.99 at launch, $399.99 with the camera and $449.99 for the Dual Caster and Dual Camera.
The PlayStation Camera has a dual audio jack.
The microphone jack will come in black or silver.
Both microphones have a microphone jack and are compatible with both USB and HDMI audio sources.
The Sony DualShock controller has a three-button design.
The button will be on the right side of the controller and the left side will be used for the touchpad.
The touchpad will be connected to the PlayStation Move pad.
The thumbsticks on the controller are made of plastic and have the same weight as the buttons.
The back of the PlayStation controller will also have a thumbstick.
The triggers are made out of plastic with a magnetic charging pad that connects to the back of your controller.
The USB port will be compatible with any USB-C port on your computer.
The USB-A port will work on most USB-Type-C hubs and the USB-E port will support USB-3.0 and USB-4.0 devices.
The power button is a headphone jack.
The microphone jack is a stereo jack that connects the PlayStation camera to your PlayStation headset.
Sony is also releasing the DualTouch wireless controller that will work in conjunction with the PlayStation VR headset.
There are also plans to include an HDMI port for the PS4 controller and a USB port for use with the PS VR headset and PlayStation Move controller.
Sony says it will include a new controller design that will use a dual-link D-sub connector.
The pricing for the PlayStation Video camera is still TBD.