Ultimate setup: Sony PS4

Lucky enough to be a PS4 owner? Then give it the love it deserves with this selection of hand-picked gear

It's been seven years since the PS3 flew off shelves and into gamers' lives – but all things must pass, as George Harrison said, and now it's the turn of the PS4 to spread next-gen gaming love in the UK.

We've rounded up a selection of hand-picked gadgets and tech to help you make the most of your angular new best friend.

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PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 Magma Red controller (£50)

The PS4 controller is easily the best one Sony's ever put out, with all its previously niggles long forgotten and you'll definitely want another one for playing with your mates. They can have the standard black one while you take this fetching red one to assert your dominance.


PlayStation 4 Camera (£45)

Unlike the Xbox One's Kinect which is included with the console, PS4 owners will have to get the PS4 camera if they want to get in on the voice and motion-tracking action. From facial recognition to voice chat and 3D motion controls, the PlayStation 4 camera will unlock the PS4's full potential.


Gioteck RC-5 gaming chair (£140)

If you're going to go all out, then do it properly. Feel the rumble of tanks down your spine. Hear the bullets whizz past your ears. Have your backside nestling comfortably. This gaming chair can offer all this thanks to its integrated speakers and multiple inputs.


PlayStation Vita Wi-Fi (£170)

The Vita is now more powerful than ever, thanks to its ability to accept PS4 game streams. That means you can play PS4 games wherever you've got an internet connection, letting you harness all that lovely next-gen power in your pocket. It can also act as a second screen in supported games, which is another tasty bonus.


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Logitech K400 wireless touch keyboard (£30)

No matter how good the DualShock 4 controller is, it's still a a pain browsing the web with it. This wireless Bluetooth keyboard/trackpad combo will cure your woes, letting you surf in style and comfort. You can even fire off emails and message people without the hassle of a clunky on-screen keyboard in between fragging sessions, if you like.


LG NB4530A soundbar (£280)

This soundbar is simpler to setup than a 5.1 surround system and produces detailed sound and punchy bass when combined with the sub, despite its thin design. Plug in and let your ears do the rest.


B&W MT-50 5.1 speaker package (£1,090)

This 5.1 surround sound package manages to pack in some massively impressive sound into some deceptively small speakers which won't dominate your gaming lounge. they're not just for looks though, and they'll let you hear the tinkle of every empty shotgun shell as they hit the floor, thanks to the crisp sound on offer.


sony str-dn1040 (£495)

Sony's home cinema amp serves up punchy and dynamic sound while still managing to layer it with clear and subtle details to make the most out of your next-gen games. It can handle music too and its wireless connectivity options mean it's flexible.


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