Written by Nate Lakritz on April 30th, 2019.
The GAEMS Guardian is a portable gaming setup built with streaming in mind. It is compatible with the Xbox One S, Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 Pro, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Slim, and some Micro ATX PCs. Essentially, the Guardian is a modded briefcase with tons of features to make gaming on the go as convenient and high quality as possible. It offers a 24” 1400p built-in IPS monitor, accessory mounts, USB and HDMI ports, speakers, headphone jacks, and storage space for your controller, cables, and console itself.
The Guardian is an all-in-one portable gaming solution for streamers with its mounting rails for webcams, lighting, and microphones. It also safely protects all the items within its sturdy hard-shell case. A crowdfunding campaign for the product has launched through Indiegogo and will last 47 days at the time of this writing. The minimum amount one can offer is $1,200, which is understandable when the Guardian alone costs $700. Units are already being manufactured, but GAEMS claims they need at least $100,000 to ensure pre-orders are fulfilled in a reasonable amount of time.
GAEMS has previously released a smaller version of the Guardian called the Sentinel to positive reviews. It supports the same consoles as the Guardian but offers a much smaller package overall. Both are niche products made for gamers who tend to travel often or need to stream consistently in order to retain followers.
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Nate has been playing video games for as long as he can remember. He started Launch Party Gaming as a way to contribute to the gaming industry through writing. He loves reviewing games and sharing his experiences with everyone.
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