You may not have heard of Project Gaems…if you haven’t, feel free to get the chuckles out of your system…and if they aren’t quite on the radar, it’s because they have a stealth bomber. The company claims to have sold over 50,000 units just last year, and their newest offering manages to impress still further.
The company’s baseline product, the G155 Sentry, is essentially an “all-in-one” package for mobile Xbox 360 gaming: a 15.5 inch 720p screen, speakers, and powered case that connect up to an Xbox 360. The screen boasts an extremely low lag-time (approximately 5 ms), and retails for $249.99 over on Gamestop.com. The screen’s viewing angle was a bit on the weak side, and the 3.5-watt speakers relatively unpowered, but both weren’t major complaints. The average player, after all, is playing alone on his or her machine, and uses headphones to amplify the sound.
It’s a fairly comprehensive package, of solid build quality, and comes in at sixteen pounds when fully loaded. They had a prototype on hand, however, for the clearly superior “Project Vanguard”, coming sometime in 2013 for a suggested retail price of $299.99. This much larger 1080p screen, at 19 inches diagonal, boasted viewing angles approaching 180 degrees. The speakers doubled in power, and the case featured a lit emblem on the front and a slicker design all-around. If you’re a player who loves a full console experience; there’s no better all-in-one traveling companion.
You can check out Gaems’ projects over at their website, www.projectgaems.com.