Sony Inzone Gaming Monitors and Headsets

Sony is changing the gaming landscape with its new line of InZone gaming monitors and headsets. The goal is to allow PS5 and non-PS5 gamers to enjoy high-definition graphics and quality sound when playing all the best games.

Sony InZone Gaming Monitors

Sony has released a new line of gaming monitors called InZone. These are PC monitors, but you can also use them with a PS5. The best-in-class monitor is the M9, a 27″ 4K IPS monitor. It features a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and variable refresh rate for G-Sync and Nvidia GPUs, along with a DisplayPort, HDMI, and a USB-C port.
The M9 is loaded with advanced quality features to display games at the highest level of definition with dark blacks and bright whites. It automatically switches between video modes when connected to a PS5, Blu-ray disk player, or streaming service. You can use the monitor as a TV if you want to stream content when you aren’t playing games. However, hold onto your hat; this monitor costs $899 and doesn’t come with any cables.
Sony will also soon be releasing a budget-friendly model for $529. This one has a picture quality of 1080p and only 400 nits for brightness. Another difference is the refresh rate, which jumps to 240Hz.

Sony InZone Headsets

Along with the two monitors, Sony has also developed headsets to go with them. First, the H9 is again the flagship gamer model sporting all the bells and whistles. The Sony InZone headset features large over-the-ear cans and connects to both 2.4GHz and Bluetooth at the same time. The set is a true gaming headset with adjustable side arms, soft ear pads for all-day comfort, and a flip-to-mute microphone.
Shockingly, Sony claims that you can get 32+ hours of battery life out of these babies, and they come with noise cancellation so you can focus squarely on your game. You can purchase this headset on Amazon for $299.
Again, Sony didn’t forget about those budget-minded individuals who wanted a cheaper set. They also released an H7 for $229, which you can buy on Amazon and an H3 for $100, but you have to plug it in — it’s not wireless. Also, the H3 does not include noise cancellation, but the battery lasts 40 hours. Reviewers claim that both are decent headsets with quality sound.

Protect Your Gaming Gear With Upsie

Serious gamers invest a lot of money into their gaming gear. It makes no sense to buy these high-end products and not protect them. You need an extended warranty to protect your gaming headset or InZone monitor.
Your device likely comes with a manufacturer’s warranty. However, typical manufacturers’ warranties only last about a year, and they will fix only manufacturing defects, not accidental damage. This leaves your device vulnerable to all kinds of damage. Thankfully, customers can choose Upsie.
With Upsie warranties for monitors and headsets, your device is safe from screen cracks, drops, spills, and inherent defects that show up after your initial warranty expires. With Upsie, never worry about:
  • Broken hardware from dropping it
  • Liquid damage
  • Speaker and sound issues
  • Mechanical parts failure
  • Power failure
  • Hard drive crashes
  • Dead screen pixels
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth issues
  • And more!
With Upsie, you will pay up to 70% less than other extended warranty companies charge. Don’t worry about having to pay for parts and labor. All you have to pay is a small $25 deductible, and that’s it!
If anything goes wrong with your precious gaming gear, you can reach Upsie 24/7 to file an unlimited number of claims up to the full price of the item. You can send it in using Upsie’s free two-day shipping or take it to a local certified repair shop to fix it. If they can’t fix it, Upsie will replace it on the first claim.
With Upsie, you can game on for years, knowing all your stuff is protected.

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