Guardian Pro XP Ultimate Personal Gaming Environment
Our previous products such as the Vanguard have served legions of gamers all over the world but the time has come to pass the torch and usher in the Guardian Era.
Our community wanted a portable solution that can keep up with today's gaming needs. Boasting a 5" bigger monitor with quadruple the pixel count of our flagship Vanguard, the Guardian was built to be the ultimate portable gaming experience.
Content creators wanted more options to mount mics, nights, cameras, and charge their accessories. Professional said they need HDMI out so they can feed their gameplay to a capture device or auxiliary display.
The Perfect Solution For Content Creators:
Top content creators lose money when they are not online or generating fresh content on the road and at events. Their streams often suffer quality issues or are under produced at when they are away from their home streaming setup. The Guardian makes quality streaming possible where no one else can.
Editing your video or gaming in 1440p, Guardian Pro XP’s built-in 24-inch QHD monitor with in-plane switching means you will become immersed in crisp and vibrant visuals from any angle.
Don't miss your beat:
Amp up your sound game with Guardian Pro XP’s proprietary Dynamic SoundStage. Dual-9W speakers and twin subs boosted by built-in Power Amp for rich sounds with no clipping!
Create live streaming content anywhere! Camera, mics, lighting even more displays mount directly to the Guardian Pro XP with ease. HDMI output allows you capture your screen as you play!
More power in front:
USB power from your supported console or PC is up front! Mapped 3x USB ports at your fingertips and pass-through power to charge when it is off! Dual 3.5mm audio jacks as well!
Yes, you will need to plug in one cord
No. Its larger we have the PS5 with the disk.. the one without the disk might fit but will be tight
No it doesn’t. You need to provide your own console
Have had Guardian for over a year and have had no problems with power cord
I may sell mine.
It's not battery powered. The system plugs into an outlet.