Sony wants another foot in the lucrative PC gaming market place. To achieve this goal, the Japanese company recently a new brand with Inzone brought to life. Sony’s interest in this segment is not least since the successful porting of Playstation games known as Horizon: Zero Dawn and God of War for the PC. Now follows the next step.
Sony goes PC
As can be read on the recently opened website, Inzone’s focus, at least initially, is primarily on the areas sounds and displays. It presents itself accordingly the previous product rangewhich consists of several PC monitors and headphones consists. This is the case with the Inzone M9, among other things 27 inch monitor with 4K resolution and 144Hz ready for purchase.
This costs $899. Alternatively, you can opt for the Inzone M3 with 240Hz, which comes with $529 can be had a little cheaper. The headphones are currently even available with three different models Dolby Atmos to select. These range from the entry-level Inzone H3 with for $99.99 to the wireless Inzone H9 for $299.99. Unlike the previously mentioned monitors, the headphones are already available in the shopso you can now place your orders.
What does the future hold for Inzone?
According to a Washington Post interview with Sony’s Kazuo Kii, this is supposed to be the case just the first step be on a longer journey in the field of (PC) hardware for the Japanese company. During the interview, Kii made it clear that the current offer only means entry into this segment and in the foreseeable future other devices will follow. However, he left it open what exactly customers expect in this regard. It is therefore quite conceivable that the new brand Inzone will soon will go beyond monitors and headphones.