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Playstation Link


  • TWS Earbuds
  • In the Ear
  • Wireless Headphones
  • Bluetooth 5.3
  • Active Noise Cancellation
  • Microphone
  • 15 m Range
  • Wireless Charging

KSh 7,500.00 KSh 8,000.00


PlayStation Link is a new wireless audio technology developed by Sony specifically for its PlayStation ecosystem. Here’s what we know so far, along with visuals to enhance understanding:

Focus on Low Latency and Lossless Audio:

  • The primary goal of PlayStation Link seems to be providing a significant improvement over standard Bluetooth connections.

  • Promises of ultra-low latency aim to eliminate any noticeable audio delay between your game and what you hear through your headset. Imagine yourself immersed in a fast-paced shooter game, where every footstep and gunshot sounds clear and perfectly synchronized with the on-screen action.

  • Lossless audio ensures you won’t miss any detail in the game’s sound design, delivering a pure and uncompromised audio experience. Imagine the roar of a crowd in a racing game or the subtle environmental sounds in an open-world adventure coming through your headset with exceptional clarity.

Seamless Switching Across Devices:

  • This technology could potentially allow you to effortlessly switch between your PS5 console and other compatible Sony devices, like the rumored PlayStation Portal (a home entertainment device), using the same headset. Imagine starting a game on your PS5 and seamlessly continuing your session on the PlayStation Portal in another room, all while keeping your wireless headset connected for uninterrupted audio.

Initial Compatibility:

  • While details are scarce, PlayStation Link seems to be designed for use with the new Pulse Elite and Pulse Explore wireless headsets from Sony.
    Image of Sony Pulse Elite Wireless Headset
  • Whether it will be integrated into future PlayStation hardware or existing headsets remains to be seen.

Image of Sony Pulse Explore Wireless HeadsetPossible Benefits:

  • Gamers can enjoy a high-fidelity, lag-free audio experience on compatible Sony devices.
  • The ease of switching between devices without needing to re-pair headsets could enhance user convenience.
  • This technology might pave the way for a more integrated PlayStation ecosystem across various devices.

Current Status (as of April 3rd, 2024):

  • PlayStation Link is a relatively new announcement, and specifics are limited.
  • We’ll have to wait for the official launch of compatible devices or a more detailed reveal from Sony to understand the technology’s full potential and implementation.

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