ALERT! PS5 Speed Upgrades

  • 2022.10.06
  • PS5

Make your PS5 better, faster, stronger.
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From Playstation Blog

Introducing the DualSense Edge wireless controller, the ultra-customizable controller for PlayStation 5. Today, we are thrilled to unveil the DualSense Edge wireless controller for PlayStation 5, the first-ever high-performance, ultra-customizable controller developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Designed to give you an edge in gameplay by allowing you to create custom controls, the DualSense Edge wireless controller invites you to craft your own unique gaming experience tailored to your playstyle.”

From IGN

“With big PS5 games like God of War, and now Spider-Man Remastered & Miles Morales coming to PC, it was inevitable that Sony would introduce a gaming monitor. The Sony Inzone M9 is a 27-inch gaming monitor with everything you’d want from a 4K screen, including a 144Hz refresh rate with HDMI 2.1 to drive it, IPS colors, HDR 600, VRR, and G-Sync compatibility. But what really gives this gaming monitor its edge is its HDR capabilities (including one that’s PlayStation-specific) and competitive $899 price tag. To quickly review, the Sony Inzone M9 is a 27-inch monitor with a 3,840 x 2,160 resolution IPS panel featuring a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and support for VRR and G-Sync compatibility.

Its most stand-out feature is its full-array backlighting system, a display technology that is primarily seen in 4K TVs. Although this isn’t the first monitor to feature local dimming, it packs 96 lighting zones to drive localized contrast that blows most gaming monitors out of the water.”

From Sound Guys

“The Sony INZONE H9 is the company’s highest-tier gaming headset, and it’s a huge step up from the previous Pulse headset. This time around you get active noise cancelling (ANC) and Bluetooth connectivity, two rare features for this breed. However, the H9 is very expensive, and it doesn’t exactly stick the landing on every front. Sony’s newest entry into the gaming headset market does what many have been requesting for years—the company already makes some of the best headphones on the market, so why not take that acumen and apply it to gaming headsets too? The INZONE line of gaming headsets sports a new rounded design that feels like an adaptation of Sony’s flagship WH-1000XM5 for a gaming audience—there are similar stemmed hinges with Sony branding in exactly the same spot, and similarly tilted ovalesque ear cups. Sony even touts the design pedigree of the WH-1000X line of headphones on the store page of the H9. The Sony INZONE H9 offers a great gaming experience, even over long sessions. It’s comfortable, and the leatherette ear pads don’t make heat build-up an issue (though they can still get a little warm). The headset is easy to connect to PC and PlayStation 5 with the USB dongle—it’s basically a plug-and-play affair.
Playing games like Final Fantasy XIV and League of Legends on PC, the INZONE H9 manages the balance of background music and in-game sound effects very well. On PlayStation 5, the punk rock soundtrack of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 sounds great, and the headset handles the console’s spatial sound feature very well, too.”

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