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Sony to release smaller, sleeker official PS3 Bluetooth headset

So, you haven't invested in a voice chat solution for your PS3, but you want to have some amount of efficacy while playing Black Ops or MAG or one of the other multiplayer-centric titles on the platform? It sounds like you may want to check out the new, Sony-approved Bluetooth Headset, which will arrive at the appropriate retailers later this month.

The device, which will run you $49.99, has all the same features of its predecessor (charging dock/desktop mic, automatic syncing, a big shiny mute button) -- but it's now 30 percent smaller, and features stronger noise cancellation technology. Which is great, because we really hate hearing about your nearby best friend's hard day at work when we're, you know, at war.

Gallery: PS3 Bluetooth Headset (2010) | 4 Photos

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