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Sony PS3 Wireless Stereo Headset

They could've called it the "Official Sony PS3 USB-to-Wireless Virtual Surround Sound + Stereo Headset," but we're guessing that would have been a bit wordy. Instead it's called the Sony PS3 Wireless Stereo Headset ($100), it connects to your PS3 via a small USB-based wireless adapter, features 7.1 virtual surround sound, a built-in retractable mic with on board volume and mute controls, and a simple, clean design that should match its console counterpart well, whether you're using it to keep from disturbing your roommates or significant other, or if you simply don't anyone to hear the twelve year-old talking trash about your sub-par fragging skills.

  • Cockpit Flight Simulator

    And you thought the old Top Gun arcade machine you used to play was intense. The Cockpit Flight Simulator ($7,000) offers as realistic a piloting experience as you're going to find on terra firma, thanks to a yoke that controls pitch and roll, toggles and buttons for authentic control of navigation and radio, thrust levers and dual rudder pedals to control throttle and yaw, a padded flight seat, an included Dell Studio XPS running Windows 7 and Microsoft's celebrated Flight Simulator X Gold software, an integrated sound system, one 28-inch monitor for out-the-window graphics and a separate 20-incher for the dizzying array of instrument panels.

  • Sony PSP 2

    It's been a long, long time since Sony re-imagined their handheld portable gaming device, and it looks like the new Sony PSP 2 ($TBA) will be a big change. Emphasis on the big. Powered by a quad-core ARM processor paired with a quad-core GPU, it packs a host of smartphone-y features like 3G, GPS, Wi-Fi, a compass, Bluetooth, and two cameras — one front, one rear — along with a bevy of control schemes, including a rear touch surface, dual analog sticks, a d-pad plus PlayStation action and shoulder button combo, six-axis accelerometer control, and a touchscreen. Speaking of which, it's OLED, 960x544 resolution, and five inches across, meaning this thing will be as big as some seven-inch tablets. Time for bigger pockets.