Sony Head mount display [Wireless] “Personal 3D Viewer” HMZ-T3W

Sony Head mount display [Wireless] “Personal 3D Viewer” HMZ-T3W


HDTV Like Never Before

Now playing for your eyes and ears only—the wearable HDTV from Sony. Connect your Blu-ray Disc™ player, gaming console or HDMI-capable PC all wirelessly and even hook up compatible mobile devices and smartphones to enjoy your favorite movies and games with a virtual 750″ screen and virtual 7.1 surround sound—even in 3D.

Connect With Mobile Device

Carry your favorite movies and games with you and watch them in your own private 150″ simulated theater when you hook up your wearable HDTV directly to a tablet, PC, mobile device or smartphone.

Cut the Cables

The cordless convenience of WirelessHD™ combined with a versatile mobile battery makes the wearable HDTV the perfect device for maximum theater-like entertainment.

A 750-inch Screen in Your Face

Get the big screen experience without devoting an entire wall to a TV. The wearable Head Mount Display simulates a 750-inch screen 65 feet away so you can enjoy 2D or 3D in stunning size and clarity1.

Superb Sound

Completely immerse yourself in whatever you’re watching with the Wearable HDTV’s virtual 7.1 surround sound. Use the included high-quality earbuds or your favorite set of headphones to recreate a theater-like sound experience just about anywhere.

Keep Your Head in the Game

Speedy responses and no annoying on-screen image lag make playing your favorite game an epic adventure. Touch a button to instantly boost contrast and enhance shape details for a gaming experience you have to play to believe.

Picture Perfect

Behold an exceptional 2D or 3D1 viewing experience via dual HD OLED displays that provide an independent, yet coordinated image for each eye. OLED displays are known for outstanding brightness, contrast, color and clarity.



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