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GAEMS announces new Sentinel Pro “gaming environment”

Ever wanted to have a suitcase loaded up with your favorite console and a monitor? Then you’ll want to have a look at the new GAEMS rig.

Playing GAEMS

You might be familiar with the name GAEMS, even though they’re something of a niche company. That’s because they’ve been around for a while, and they make one of the coolest peripherals in the industry. In fact, you’ve probably seen a GAEMS rig somewhere, since they tend to be included in gift guides. They are, of course, completely self-contained gaming environments.

Locked away within a rugged plastic case is a built-in monitor and all the necessary ports most likely needed to attach your favorite console. This newest version of the system has a few upgrades over what’s come before too.

Key specs for Sentinel include:

  • Patented hard-shell protective case with kickstand for stability when opened
  • Unique EVA foam base creates a custom and secure fit for many different consoles
  • Integrated 17.3” FHD 60HZ IPS anti-glare performance gaming monitor
  • Chambered and tuned 3W stereo speakers deliver quality sound without headsets
  • 3.5mm audio output when you do want to use headsets
  • Includes external accessory bag for storing controllers, power supplies, cables and more
  • Includes IR remote control for easy menu navigation
  • Includes HDMI cable, 100v-240v/DC power adapter
  • Sentinel external closed dimensions: 16.9” width X 4.2” depth X 16.7” height

Compatible with select Xbox and PlayStation consoles and some PCs

  • Xbox One X
  • Xbox One S
  • Xbox 360 models Elite, S and E
  • PlayStation 4 Pro
  • PlayStation 4 Slim
  • PlayStation 4
  • PlayStation 3 Slim

Landing just after the New Year, the GAEMS Sentinel will be available as of January 8th. You can grab one for $349.99 USD, and pre-order right now via GameStopNewEgg or Amazon.

About Jason

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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