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Sony unveils the PlayStation handheld to challenge Razer Edge

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Sony unveils the PlayStation handheld to challenge Razer Edge

Sony unveiled a new game streaming device and gaming earbuds that are truly wireless at the PlayStation Showcase.

This doesn't appear to be the Sony rival to the Nintendo Switch that some people were hoping for. Instead of playing games natively, Sony claimed it was for streaming PS5 games to a handheld screen. Consider Razer Edge more so than Steam Deck.

This is "Project Q," about which there have been rumors for a while. It resembles a DualSense controller with a screen rather than a touchpad thanks to its 8-inch screen and controller attachments on either side. This will enable you to play The Last of Us while using the loo, as it won't be possible through the Steam Deck for some time.

Project Q's software is still unknown, but it would be nice if there was something you could do on it without being actively connected to your PS5. It would be nice if it could stream games through PS Now for extra points.

Sony also unveiled some gaming earbuds to capitalize on Project Q's greater portability. Other than the fact that they will work with the PS5 and PC and, most likely, Project Q when both products are officially released, we don't know much about the earbuds.

In general, gaming earbuds are becoming more popular. Razer, for example, offers its Hammerhead earbuds, which can be connected to either your phone or your gaming PC. You could even use the PlayStation earbuds on your morning commute if they function similarly.

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