Sony accelerates PC gaming push with Inzone gear

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The Japanese conglomerate Sony Group Corp. (6758.T) announced on Wednesday that it is introducing a new line of headphones and monitors

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that are aimed at the expanding PC videogame market.

Sony, whose PlayStation 5 console has been hampered by supply chain delays, declared last month that it would shift its focus toward publishing more games

more games for PC and mobile platforms as subscription services and technological advancements make gaming more accessible to more people.

The Inzone line, created by a division separate from Sony's main gaming business, aims to make use of Sony's audio and display technology,

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two areas where the company is still thought to have an advantage despite having grown into a major player in the entertainment industry that includes games, music, and movies.

Its headphones, which come in wired and wireless noise-cancelling models and cost $99.99 and $299.99 respectively in the US

provide sound that gamers can use to find foes in-game. Inzone monitors cost $529.99 and $899.99 for a 4K version, and they promise sharp graphics and a fast refresh rate.

The gear echoes the design of the PlayStation 5 range and is interoperable with the console.

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