Sony has apparently revised their HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer, by making a new lighter version with more comfortable adjustable headband and forehead support as well as providing a set of detachable and adjustable light shields. The new device is called Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer and while it is around 20% lighter with a total weight of 330 grams there is still room for improvement for something that you’ll be wearing on your head. And while making it lighter is certainly good, Sony has apparently not done anything about increasing the 720p resolution or improving the 45 degrees of FOV that the first model of the device also offers. There is still no information regarding the pricing and availability of the new Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer, but hopefully the price of the new model will also be made “lighter”. So Sony’s current Personal 3D Viewer as well as the new revised HMZ-T2 version will most likely remain as a good choice for watching 3D movies, but for gaming in stereo 3D mode we are still expecting a lot from the upcoming Oculus Rift.