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! Product Code !! Product Name !! Notes
 
! Product Code !! Product Name !! Notes
 
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| CFI-ZCT1 || Wireless Controller || Marketed as DualSense Wireless Controller.
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| CFI-ZCT1 || Wireless Controller || Marketed as [[DualSense]] Wireless Controller.
 
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| CFI-ZDS1 || Charging Station ||
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| CFI-ZDS1 || Charging Station || Charges two [[DualSense]] controllers via bottom charging pins.
 
|-
 
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| CFI-ZEY1 || HD Camera ||  
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| CFI-ZEY1 || [[HD Camera]] ||  
 
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| CFI-ZMR1 || Media Remote ||  
 
| CFI-ZMR1 || Media Remote ||  
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| CFI-ZWH1 || Wireless Headset || Marketed as PULSE 3D Wireless Headset.
 
| CFI-ZWH1 || Wireless Headset || Marketed as PULSE 3D Wireless Headset.
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| CFI-ZAA1 || Playstation Camera Adaptor || Compatible with CUH-ZEY1 and CUH-ZEY2. Provided for free by Sony on request .
 
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Official strapline: Heighten Your Senses™
 
Official strapline: Heighten Your Senses™
  
The DualSense wireless controller for PS5 offers haptic feedback, dynamic adaptive triggers and a built-in microphone, all integrated into a new design.
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The [[DualSense]] wireless controller for PS5 offers haptic feedback, dynamic adaptive triggers and a built-in microphone, all integrated into a new design.
  
 
=== Features ===
 
=== Features ===
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'''Built-in Battery'''
 
'''Built-in Battery'''
The 1.500 mAh internal battery can be charged via USB Type-C.
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The 1.560 mAh internal battery can be charged via USB Type-C.
  
 
'''Integrated Speaker'''
 
'''Integrated Speaker'''
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| Wired Interface || USB Type-C
 
| Wired Interface || USB Type-C
 
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| Battery Capacity || 1,500 mAh
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| Battery Capacity || 1,560 mAh
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== Charging Station ==
 
== Charging Station ==
The official Charging Station can dock up to two DualSense wireless controllers quickly and easily with the click-in design. The controllers charge as quickly as when connected to the PS5 console — freeing up USB ports without sacrificing performance.
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[[File:50544745091 b33b91db9d o.jpg|thumb|right]]
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The official Charging Station can dock up to two [[DualSense]] wireless controllers quickly and easily with the click-in design. The controllers charge as quickly as when connected to the PS5 console — freeing up USB ports without sacrificing performance.
  
== HD Camera ==
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== [[HD Camera]] ==
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Official product page: https://www.playstation.com/accessories/hd-camera/
 
Official product page: https://www.playstation.com/accessories/hd-camera/
  
The HD Camera features dual lenses for 1080p capture and a built-in stand, and works seamlessly with the PS5 console's background removal tools to put the user in the spotlight.
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The [[HD Camera]] features dual lenses for 1080p capture and a built-in stand, and works seamlessly with the PS5 console's background removal tools to put the user in the spotlight.
  
''Note: HD Camera is not compatible with PlayStation VR. To use PlayStation VR with PlayStation 5, users must connect the PS4's PlayStation Camera accessory.''
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''Note: [[HD Camera]] is not compatible with PlayStation VR. To use PlayStation VR with PlayStation 5, users must connect the PS4's PlayStation Camera accessory.''
  
 
=== Features ===
 
=== Features ===
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'''Background Removal Tools'''
 
'''Background Removal Tools'''
 
With HD Camera, users can add themselves to their gameplay videos while broadcasting in picture-in-picture mode, with the ability to crop the background or lose it completely with a green screen.
 
With HD Camera, users can add themselves to their gameplay videos while broadcasting in picture-in-picture mode, with the ability to crop the background or lose it completely with a green screen.
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== Media Remote ==
 
== Media Remote ==
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| Power Output || 2.5 mW
 
| Power Output || 2.5 mW
 
|}
 
|}
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== Wireless Headset ==
 
== Wireless Headset ==
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[[File:50544742486 913226082b o.jpg|thumb|right]]
 
Official product page: https://www.playstation.com/accessories/pulse-3d-wireless-headset/
 
Official product page: https://www.playstation.com/accessories/pulse-3d-wireless-headset/
  
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'''3.5-mm Jack'''
 
'''3.5-mm Jack'''
 
The headset can also be plugged into PlayStation VR as well as mobile devices with the included 3.5-mm jack audio cable.
 
The headset can also be plugged into PlayStation VR as well as mobile devices with the included 3.5-mm jack audio cable.
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== Playstation Camera Adaptor ==
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[[File:CFI-ZAA1.jpg|thumb|right]]
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Official '''Playstation Camera Adaptor''' to connect the PS4 [https://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/PlayStation_4_Camera Playstation Camera] model CUH-ZEY1 or CUH-ZEY2 on PS5.
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That adaptor is available on request, for free, to set up your PS VR with your PS5 console here : https://global.support.playstation.com/s/pscamera-adaptor?language=en_US
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=== Technical Specifications ===
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| Connectors || [https://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Aux AUX] (IN), USB 3 Type-A (out)
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| Input power rating || 5V, 500mA
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| Dimensions || Approx. 87 x 17 x 25 mm (width x height x depth / excluding cable)
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| Mass || Approx. 38g
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Sony released five official accessories alongside the PlayStation 5 launch in 2020.

In the US, these accessories became available to purchase from 30th November 2020 ahead of the 12th November 2020 launch date of the console itself. In Europe, the accessories launched on 12th November 2020, a week ahead of the 19th November 2020 launch date of the console.

Product Code Product Name Notes
CFI-ZCT1 Wireless Controller Marketed as DualSense Wireless Controller.
CFI-ZDS1 Charging Station Charges two DualSense controllers via bottom charging pins.
CFI-ZEY1 HD Camera
CFI-ZMR1 Media Remote
CFI-ZWD1 Wireless Adaptor Bundled with CFI-ZWH1 Wireless Headset. Not sold separately.
CFI-ZWH1 Wireless Headset Marketed as PULSE 3D Wireless Headset.
CFI-ZAA1 Playstation Camera Adaptor Compatible with CUH-ZEY1 and CUH-ZEY2. Provided for free by Sony on request .

Wireless Controller[edit]

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Official product page: https://www.playstation.com/accessories/dualsense-wireless-controller/

Official strapline: Heighten Your Senses™

The DualSense wireless controller for PS5 offers haptic feedback, dynamic adaptive triggers and a built-in microphone, all integrated into a new design.

Features[edit]

Haptic Feedback Physically responsive feedback to in-game actions with dual actuators which replace traditional rumble motors. These dynamic vibrations can simulate the feeling of everything from environments to the recoil of different weapons.

Adaptive Triggers Varying levels of force and tension as users interact with in-game gear and environments. Examples include pulling back an increasingly tight bowstring to hitting the brakes on a speeding car.

Built-in Microphone and Headset Jack Users can chat with friends online using the built-in microphone — or by connecting a headset to the 3.5-mm jack. Users can switch off voice capture at a moment's notice with the dedicated mute button.

Create Button Users can capture and broadcast gaming moments with the Create button. Building on the success of the Share button on DualShock 4 for PS4, the Create button offers players more ways to produce gaming content and broadcast live to the world.

New Design The new controller has an evolved, two-tone design that combines an iconic, intuitive layout with enhanced sticks and a reimagined light bar.

Built-in Battery The 1.560 mAh internal battery can be charged via USB Type-C.

Integrated Speaker Select games can produce higher-fidelity sound effects via the built-in speaker on the controller.

Motion Sensor Motion control to supported games with the built-in accelerometer and gyroscope.

Technical Specifications[edit]

Wireless Interface Bluetooth
Wireless Frequency Range 2.402-2.48 GHz
Power Output 2.5 mW
Wired Interface USB Type-C
Battery Capacity 1,560 mAh

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Charging Station[edit]

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The official Charging Station can dock up to two DualSense wireless controllers quickly and easily with the click-in design. The controllers charge as quickly as when connected to the PS5 console — freeing up USB ports without sacrificing performance.














HD Camera[edit]

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Official product page: https://www.playstation.com/accessories/hd-camera/

The HD Camera features dual lenses for 1080p capture and a built-in stand, and works seamlessly with the PS5 console's background removal tools to put the user in the spotlight.

Note: HD Camera is not compatible with PlayStation VR. To use PlayStation VR with PlayStation 5, users must connect the PS4's PlayStation Camera accessory.

Features[edit]

1080p Capture Users can capture themselves in full-HD video with the camera's dual wide-angle lenses and create a recording or a broadcast of themselves and their gameplay by using the DualSense wireless controller's Create button.

Built-in Stand HD Camera also features a built-in adjustable stand. The compact design allows it to be securely positioned above or below TVs — where users can fine-tune the angle to suit their set-up.

Background Removal Tools With HD Camera, users can add themselves to their gameplay videos while broadcasting in picture-in-picture mode, with the ability to crop the background or lose it completely with a green screen.





Media Remote[edit]

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Official product page: https://www.playstation.com/accessories/media-remote/

With Media Remote, users can navigate entertainment on their PlayStation 5 console with media and TV controls. The remote has quick access buttons to media streaming services Disney+, Netflix, YouTube and Spotify.

Features[edit]

Media Playback Controls Navigate media with built-in play/pause, fast forward and fast reverse buttons.

Seamless Console Compatibility Power on the PS5 console and navigate its menus directly with the remote.

TV Settings Adjust the volume and power settings of compatible TVs with the built-in IR transmitter.

Technical Specifications[edit]

Wireless Interface Bluetooth
Wireless Frequency Range 2.402-2.48 GHz
Power Output 2.5 mW




Wireless Headset[edit]

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Official product page: https://www.playstation.com/accessories/pulse-3d-wireless-headset/

Official strapline: How Games Were Made to Sound™

Features[edit]

Tempest 3D AudioTech The PULSE 3D wireless headset has been specifically tuned to deliver the 3D Audio made possible by the PlayStation 5 console by use of the proprietary technology called Tempest 3D AudioTech.

Refined Design The style of the headset complements the look of the PS5 console and features refined earpads and headband strap for added comfort.

Dual Hidden Microphones Two built-in microphones, optimally positioned for clear voice capture and enhanced by noise-cancelling technology.

Easy-access Controls Users can adjust their setup as they play with built-in mic mute, master volume and in-game audio to chat mix controls. They can also check how they sound to their teammates too, with the dedicated mic monitoring button.

Wireless Adaptor Up to 12 hours of wireless play thanks to the built-in rechargeable battery. The included adaptor can be used to connect to PS5 and PS4 consoles as well as compatible Windows and macOS computers.

3.5-mm Jack The headset can also be plugged into PlayStation VR as well as mobile devices with the included 3.5-mm jack audio cable.


Playstation Camera Adaptor[edit]

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Official Playstation Camera Adaptor to connect the PS4 Playstation Camera model CUH-ZEY1 or CUH-ZEY2 on PS5. That adaptor is available on request, for free, to set up your PS VR with your PS5 console here : https://global.support.playstation.com/s/pscamera-adaptor?language=en_US

Technical Specifications[edit]

Connectors AUX (IN), USB 3 Type-A (out)
Input power rating 5V, 500mA
Dimensions Approx. 87 x 17 x 25 mm (width x height x depth / excluding cable)
Mass Approx. 38g