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News hardware & software 07 August 2019, 11:44

author: Bart Swiatek

Here's „Portable” PS4 and Xbox One

GAEMS currently offers the Guardian Pro XP suitcase, a portable case for Xbox One or PlayStation 4. The device is dedicated to mobile streamers and professional gamers and features a 1440p screen resolution and stereo speakers.

A console in a suitcase? Why not?

As reported by TweakTown, GAEMS unveiled the Guardian Pro XP case, which turns Xbox One or PlayStation 4 into an (almost) portable console. The equipment is definitely not cheap - it costs 700 dollars - but looks really impressive.

What's inside of the Guardian Pro XP? It features a 24-inch 1440p screen and stereo speakers with built-in passive subwoofers. There is also space for the gamepad (allows you to charge it when not in use) and, of course, the console itself, which is attached to the case with solid screws. Unfortunately, on the manufacturer's website there is no mention of a built-in battery - in order to play we probably need to find an external power source.

The creators took care of three charging USB 3.0 ports (2x 0.9A and 1x 1.8A). On the side you will also find special OK and Menu buttons and keys to adjust the brightness and volume. On top of the case there are rails that allow you to mount a webcam, microphone or additional lighting on it. Guardian Pro XP is compatible with many models of the aforementioned consoles: Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, PS4 and PS4 Pro.

Guardian Pro XP.

The case weighs 16 kg (without any device inside) and has dimensions 61x43x13 cm. The equipment is dedicated to professionalgamers and streamers who like to travel. In fact, considering the total cost of such a set, as well as the level of comfort - related primarily to weight and battery life - it will probably be more profitable to buy an "ordinary" gaming laptop. For those who are very attached to their console (or games library), Guardian Pro XP can be an interesting proposition.

  1. GAEMS - official website