Win the Zeiss cinemizer OLED with TrustedReviews

Having already given away a Google Nexus 4 and an iPhone 5, we are now offering you the chance to win the futuristic Zeiss Cinemizer OLED headset complete with headtracker.

With TrustedReviews you can win the Zeiss cinemizer OLED with headtracker that we’ve reviewed, complete with the eyeshield that fully immerses you in 3D games or movies. The whole package is worth over £800.

Zeiss cinemizer OLED Features
The 3D multimedia glasses from Carl Zeiss provide excellent image quality and surround sound, projecting the equivalent of a 40-inch image in front of the user’s eyes.

Offering a cinema-like experience, users can immerse themselves in their chosen videogame or movie with cinema OLED glasses. The headset is lightweight and can be adjusted to the wearer’s glasses prescription to ensure a great image.

The headtrack is usually sold separately but luckily with our competition you’ll be getting it as standard. It is an input device that records the user’s head movements, allow them to look around in the 3D world as they would in real life.

Acting like a computer mouse, the headtracker is compatible with all games and applications that can be used with such navigation.

The cinemizer OLED is also compatible with all operating systems including Windows, Apple and Linux as it doesn’t require an additional driver.

For a chance to win the Zeiss cinemizer OLED or a BlackBerry Z10 head over to our TrustedReviews Competitions page now.

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