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DreamGEAR PS4 broadcaster headset and player's pack revealed

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The first details and images have been revealed regarding several DreamGEAR accessories for the upcoming PS4. According to listing update from Amazon on Oct. 7, the manufacturer is planning to release two products near the launch period of Sony’s next-generation system. You can pre-order the accessories in the following links from DreamGEAR Broadcaster Headset - PlayStation 4 and DreamGEAR Player's Pack - PlayStation 4

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The first is a broadcaster headset. Similar to the mono headset that is included with every PS4 package, the DreamGEAR broadcaster headset will connect directly to the DualShock 4 controller. In addition to the four feet long wire, it also features voice and volume controls.

The other product from DreamGEAR is the player's pack. The bundle includes a remote control (which is used for playing Blu-rays, DVDs, Hulu Plus, Netfilx, and other multimedia contents), charge cable along with the aforementioned broadcaster headset. You can check out some images of both products, as well as the Dual Shock 4, in the slideshow near the top of this article.

The standalone broadcaster headset has a price tag of $19.99 while the player's pack is priced at $39.99. The two items is expected to ship on Nov. 30 in the North American region.

The PS4 is the latest home gaming console made by Sony Computer Entertainment. The next-generation system features a powerful CPG, GPU in addition to offering 8 GB of GDDR5 RAM. The console will be launching in North America and other select regions on Nov. 15.


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