The gaming experience was pretty similar to what we saw on last year's model, although there's some new viewing menu options to increase the visibility of darker areas in-game without washing out the brighter parts.Read the full preview →
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When you've nailed that sweet spot, the HMZ-T3W is a neat bit of kit. But even after the adjustments Sony has made it still feels like this is just a luxury product, especially considering the price.Read the full preview →
The Sony HMZ-T3W Personal 3D viewer delivers a great personal cinema experience, but...it’s still very much a luxury item. Into its third iteration, it’s not quite the complete product, but if a PS4-friendly one with an even friendlier price is in the offing, that could be the reason to buy one.Read the full preview →
The two big problems of the original and second-gen HMZ sets remain unfortunately unresolved. Comfort was issue number one, and the T3 model still rests too heavily on your nose, leaving marks after just a few minutes' wear.Read the full preview →
As Sony's third-gen head-mounted viewer, the HMZ-T3W looks like the most convincing yet. The streamlined design and introduction of wireless streaming capability are compelling upgrades and we look forward to testing it out in full.Read the full preview →
Overall, the comfort is also markedly improved from the original with a large cushioned head pad reducing wear pressure from the device, which now weighs just 320 grams.Read the full preview →
As a luxury gadget, we think the HMZ-T3 is a fantastic idea. It's far more immersive and has a superior interface to Epson's Moverio BT-100 googles, takes up much less room than an actual home cinema and can be taken on the move too.Read the full preview →
The first time you unpack and get it up and running, you need to really setup the head mountings, especially make sure it does not rest on your nose, once mounted all was good. The headset gets a bit heavy and tiring after a couple of hours.. quality of picture and sound are excellent, its...Read the full review →