The Guardian Pro XP is a new product from GAEMS that seeks to help the traveling gamer. This case turns any console into a portable device, whether it’s a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or even some varieties of small PC builds.
GAEMS Guardian Pro XP
GAEMS has a long history of designing gaming related products. Some of their previous works include M155 Performance Gaming Monitor for traveling needs, Rail System Satellite Stand for housing monitors, phones, and headsets, to the Vanguard, an earlier portable case.
Now, the Guardian Pro XP looks to revolutionize gaming portability with its array of impressive features. The case includes a 24-inch Quad HD IPS display panel, three USB ports at the front, options for mounted cameras, lights and microphones, and it’s all in a TSA-friendly casing.
The press release offers the following specs for GAEMS new portable case:
- Patented industrial-grade hard-shell case with proprietary metal-hinged design
- 24" Quad HD IPS panel
- Proprietary Dynamic SoundStage™ with 12W power amp, chambered 9W speakers,passive subwoofers and Surround Processor
- Integrated Media Center with HDMI 1.4 Input, 3.5 Headphone Jack, High Speed USB Hub Port (from console power) to 3x USB Ports (1x USB firstname.lastname@example.orgA & 2x USB email@example.comA) duplicating console functions and providing passive power for charging while Guardian is Off
- External rear HDMI Output for streaming and sharing monitor content
- Patented Picatinny Rail mounting system for cameras, microphones, lighting and other equipment used for professional streaming (accessories sold separately)
- HDMI 1.4 cable
- AC 100v-240v/DC, 19V, 4.74 Amp Power adapter
- Product Dimensions (inches) - 23.45" w x 16.9" d x 4.79" h
- Compatibility: Xbox One S, Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 Pro, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Slim & fits some Micro ATX PC hardware
At the moment, the Guardian Pro XP is only available at select North American retailers for $699.99 USD.
In this day and age, where streaming and income is tied to a console or PC, being able to take your device with you is important. What’s more important is safety and security, so the fact that it’s TSA-friendly and durable is certainly appealing.
Sam Chandler posted a new article, GAEMS launches the Guardian Pro XP portable gaming case
I have a 155 and I really need to upgrade/replace it with this. The viewing angles ok there Vanguard definitely justified using it as a replacement, but at the time I was traveling less with my 360 and more with my 3DS. This thing would be awesome for my ZBox so that I wouldn't have to worry about buying an overpriced laptop when I already have a fairly portable having pc.