Sony Playstation VR £349.99 @ Amazon
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Sony Playstation VR £349.99 @ Amazon

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Found 20th Mar 2016
Don’t just play. Live the game. From the moment you slip on PlayStation VR, the new Virtual Reality system for PlayStation 4, you’ll experience games in an entirely new way.
You’ll be at the centre of the action, living every detail of extraordinary new worlds – and you’ll feel like you’re actually inside the game.
Box contains: PlayStation VR headset, Processor unit, Stereo earbuds, HDMI cable, USB cable, AC adaptor and power cord, PS VR headset connection adaptor
PlayStation Camera, sold separately, is required for PlayStation VR. PlayStation Move, sold separately, is supported by some PlayStation VR software. All titles are compatible with the DUALSHOCK 4, included with every PlayStation 4.
Note: Due to limited stock we are only able to offer one unit per customer per address. We do not currently have a release date for this product. Based on our initial allocation we cannot guarantee release day delivery. You will be notified via email of the expected delivery date closer to the time. We will be fulfilling customer orders in the order in which they were placed. This product comes with a UK plug and therefore may not be suitable for use outside of the UK
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powerbrick

retail price


350
dev_2001

350



oO
cold, rrp
Cheaper most places already!!
Colder than ice. This is the RRP and it's already cheaper at a few places.
Oh dear. Going to get cold in here.
COLD!! RRP is not a deal. Open your eyes
Why would anyone rate this hot? its the srandard price that has been announced by sony lol
Is it made of gold?
dev_2001

350



Lol.
Give it a year or so and they will be 20 quid. Surprised companies are rushing these out when you can do hardly anything with them at present.
fireman1

Give it a year or so and they will be 20 quid. Surprised companies are … Give it a year or so and they will be 20 quid. Surprised companies are rushing these out when you can do hardly anything with them at present.



£349 for a 225 inch cinema screen in my own home that takes up almost no room is enough of a selling point for me. The VR stuff is an added bonus.

Sony have been selling personal video headsets for years and all have been over £700 and nowhere near the screen quality the VR is going to be.
fireman1

Give it a year or so and they will be 20 quid. Surprised companies are … Give it a year or so and they will be 20 quid. Surprised companies are rushing these out when you can do hardly anything with them at present.


what do you mean company's rushing these out?

they haven't just developed them in a few months!!

I'm sorry but these are gonna be a game changer like the ipod or iPhone.

wait until apple get a sniff of the pie!
Denziloshamen

£349 for a 225 inch cinema screen in my own home that takes up almost no … £349 for a 225 inch cinema screen in my own home that takes up almost no room is enough of a selling point for me. The VR stuff is an added bonus. Sony have been selling personal video headsets for years and all have been over £700 and nowhere near the screen quality the VR is going to be.


So you need a ps4, 200 odd quid. Ps4 camera around 50 quid and the headset at 350. So £600 quid.
And look how popular the previous Sony headsets were. This setup isn't far off 700.
fattyuk

what do you mean company's rushing these out?they haven't just developed … what do you mean company's rushing these out?they haven't just developed them in a few months!!I'm sorry but these are gonna be a game changer like the ipod or iPhone.wait until apple get a sniff of the pie!


What I mean is where is all the VR content ready for release?
A few select games in 3d is not VR.
It's like announcing release of ps5 and not being bothered about the games to play on it.
fireman1

So you need a ps4, 200 odd quid. Ps4 camera around 50 quid and the … So you need a ps4, 200 odd quid. Ps4 camera around 50 quid and the headset at 350. So £600 quid.And look how popular the previous Sony headsets were. This setup isn't far off 700.



You're missing the point. The other Sony headsets were already on top of the equipment I already own at £700. I already own the PS4 and the camera, so that is mommy that was spent over two years ago. The other Sony headsets also didn't have any support to do anything but act as a screen. Even in cinema mode, the VR set is going to have support from Netflix etc for virtual rooms and cinemas etc as well as Sony supporting it fully for everything you can play on the PS4. It's fairly God value when you break down all of what it can do and the cost of standalone devices that do only one of those features.

Of course, £350 is a lot for some to spend out in one go. But I e already saved enough for it and even if I hadn't it would only be £50 a month between now and launch.
fireman1

What I mean is where is all the VR content ready for release?A few select … What I mean is where is all the VR content ready for release?A few select games in 3d is not VR.It's like announcing release of ps5 and not being bothered about the games to play on it.



You might want to go and research this a bit better and come back to the thread again later, or at least back up what you mean by "where is all the VR content ready for release" (release is six months away yet for a start!!), and also "a few select games in 3D".

After reading everything that is on the way for the VR headset, your comment really makes no sense if you have researched it in the slightest.
fireman1

What I mean is where is all the VR content ready for release?A few select … What I mean is where is all the VR content ready for release?A few select games in 3d is not VR.It's like announcing release of ps5 and not being bothered about the games to play on it.



​thats how new tech works

remember when dvd was released? blu ray? 3d TV's? 4k TV's?
fattyuk

​thats how new tech works remember when dvd was released? blu ray? 3d T … ​thats how new tech works remember when dvd was released? blu ray? 3d TV's? 4k TV's?


I do remember yes.
Very few people touched all of those until they were hugely cheaper.
I remember that no one bought blu ray films because they were about 30 quid, no one bought flat screen tv's when a 24 inch cost about a grand. The same as 4k tv's.
And I certainly remember how '3D tv' was the next big thing. The game changer for home viewing that no one cares about anymore.
And as for researching a bit better, can anyone point me to any decent Vr applications I can pre order with my headset that does not involve looking at a fish go past, writing a line or pushing a balloon around.
fireman1

I do remember yes.Very few people touched all of those until they were … I do remember yes.Very few people touched all of those until they were hugely cheaper.I remember that no one bought blu ray films because they were about 30 quid, no one bought flat screen tv's when a 24 inch cost about a grand. The same as 4k tv's.And I certainly remember how '3D tv' was the next big thing. The game changer for home viewing that no one cares about anymore.And as for researching a bit better, can anyone point me to any decent Vr applications I can pre order with my headset that does not involve looking at a fish go past, writing a line or pushing a balloon around.



3D TV was never a 'game changer' as you put it. People were well aware that a large percentage of people were physically unable to even see the 3D image on 3D TV. That and the effect being much less dramatic than VR. That's not an issues with VR.

That's why it never took off. Not the price or quantity of the media.
Edited by: "MSK." 22nd Mar 2016
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