By Patrick Shaw | 06-11-2012 | 2:00PM
At the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles last week, Gaems revealed the Vanguard, the next iteration of its “personal gaming environment,” or PGE, that allows you to easily transport your PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360.
But the remarkable thing about the self-contained unit is that it features everything you need to play video games on the go including a built-in high-definition display and stereo speakers. All you really need to start gaming with the Vanguard is to plug the system into an outlet.
The all-in-one system, which also folds up into a durable case, seems pretty convenient for home use, too, as it doesn’t take up nearly as much real estate as a television, game console, speakers, cords, and everything else you need to play games.
Gaems noted that The Vanguard boasts a number of enhancements over the previous PGE model, the G155, including a 19-inch high-definition display with a resolution of 720p. The new unit also features better speakers, customizable lenticular lenses, on top of the previous unit's other features including dual headphone jacks and full screen audio and video controls, all housed in a sturdy case that’s TSA approved for travel.
Gaems expects the Vanguard personal gaming environment to be available in the United States in 2013 for $299. But if you can't wait until next year, Gaems' G155 model is now available for $249 -- or $399 bundled together with a 4GB Xbox 360. You can check out Gaems' official website for more details on their PGEs.