During the PlayStation Showcase event, Sony confirmed the existence of Project Q, a new handheld device for remote play. The device has an 8-inch HD screen and all the features of the DualSense wireless controller. The controller brings all of the DualSense's features, including haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. The device is a clear vote of confidence from Sony in the future of remote gaming. The screen has a 1080p resolution, with 60fps playback, streamed directly from the user's PlayStation 5. The device is the latest in a long line of cloud gaming systems, and it highlights the tremendous popularity and power of the PS5 as the global development community rallies to push its advanced capabilities to the limit. Sony is investing heavily in the future with innovative best-in-class hardware like PlayStation VR2 and the newly revealed Project Q, and their expansion into PC, Mobile, and Live Service gaming is transforming how and where their content can be enjoyed. More information, including pricing, and perhaps an official name, is coming soon. Sony also announced their first-ever official wireless earbuds, promising lossless, low-latency audio, tuned specifically for gaming. They can also be connected to a PC or smartphone. Sony certainly has a good track record on the headphone front, so the sound will no doubt be solid.
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