GAEMS Sentinel Pro Portable Gaming Station

Dec 13, 2018

Category: Tech

While most gamers in the world play on some sort of mobile device, home consoles are far from being considered unpopular and actually offer a much more complete gaming experience. Their biggest downside: they’re not exactly travel-friendly. That’s all about to change with the GAEMS Sentinel Pro portable gaming station.

Most of the time, gaming on a console requires not just the console itself, but also a sound system and some kind of monitor on which to display the game. The GAEMS Sentinel Pro, however, packs both of those latter items into a portable briefcase that’s far more travel-friendly than typical setups. And it doesn’t slack on tech either, as the built-in 17.3″ monitor boasts a full-HD 1080p display, built-in chambered and tuned stereo 3W speakers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack if you want to plug in your own gaming headset. The case also boasts a 105-degree hinge angle, HDMI cable, and a hard external shell to keep your precious console safe and sound in transit. The GAEMS Sentinel Pro is on pre-sale now for $350.

Purchase: $350

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