Posted September 05, 2018 12:59:47When Sony unveiled the PS3 back in October, it wasn’t the first time a headset had been unveiled with a dual-screen setup.
But the PlayStation 4 Pro headset, which Sony unveiled in May, was the first with a pair of dual-display options.
The DualShock 4 Pro, on the other hand, is Sony’s latest and most advanced device, which features two screens and a 360-degree tracking system to ensure that it is able to achieve the highest level of immersion possible.
The PS4 Pro has a whopping 360-degrees of tracking.
And unlike the PS4 and PS4 Slim, which offer two different display setups, the PSVR Pro has three.
It can also use a range of sensors, including a motion-tracking microphone, that allow it to track the movements of users.
The system also includes a new ‘Vibration Sensing’ tech which allows users to sense when a user is standing still.
It’s worth noting that the PS VR Pro does not support a second screen for gaming, meaning that you will have to use a separate display for gaming.
The company also released a number of accessories that will help the PS Pro take full advantage of its power, including the PlayStation Camera, which will enable the device to record 4K video.
But with so much of the headset’s power in the controller, the DualShock’s design was probably the most interesting.
While it may look a bit more like a traditional headset, the design is more similar to the PS 4 Slim.
This allows for a more comfortable fit, but also means that the DualShocks overall size will be smaller, which is something that we’ll have to see in real life.
We don’t know if Sony will make a PS VR headset for the Oculus Rift, or if they will simply make a pair for the PS Camera.
But we do know that Sony is now the world’s biggest VR headset maker.