GAEMS Guardian Pro XP Personal Gaming Environment Is Now Available For High Grade Gaming On The GO!


GAEMS is looking to raise the bar on the portable gaming environment scene with today’s launch of the Guardian Pro XP. The Guardian Pro XP is built with serious gamers in mind from content creators to eSports professionals. Both Xbox One (except the original models) and PlayStation 4 systems are compatible with the Guardian Pro XP along with smaller Micro ATX PC’s. The Guardian Pro XP is equipped with a 24” Quad HD IPS Panel that supports HDR and Freesync all contained in an easy travel hard shell.

Key features of the Guardian Pro XP

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 3.0@1.8A & 2x USB 3.0@0.9A) 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

The Guardian Pro XP is now available for $699.99 and should be more than capable for any gamer on the go! Based on my previous experience with GAEMS I know the quality will be here as well. That price is a bit on the high side but with the tech included in the box it makes sense. The ability for streamers and creators to bring a near fully equipped setup wherever they go is quite the feat that I am sure many traveling creators will love!

What do you all think of the Guardian XP Pro?