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About the product
- Intergrated 15.5" LED display with HDMI connection which lets you catch every detail of your favorite games and movies
- Integrated stereo speakers and dual 3.5 mm headphone jacks allow you to blast the sound or keep it to yourself
- Rugged case protects all your gaming gear from minor impacts
- Storage bags hold your controllers, power supplies, and other accessories while traveling
- Straps and fitted foam base hold your console firmly in place while also allowing for proper ventilation
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The G155 is a self-contained mobile gaming environment that lets you stay in the action when you're on the move. Just strap in your gaming console, store your accessories, select your favorite games, and you're good to go. The G155's integrated LED HD display, stereo speakers, and dual headphone jacks will immerse you in your favorite game-wherever you are. Just pop it open, plug it in, and play. Supports your favorite gaming console (Xbox 360/360S and PS3 Slim) 20”W x 15”D x 6.8”H ,Weight: 8.6 lbs
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The G155 is a self-contained mobile gaming environment that lets you stay in the action when you're on the move. Just strap in your gaming console, store your accessories, select your favorite games, and you’re good to go. The G155's integrated LED HD display, stereo speakers, and dual headphone jacks will immerse you in your favorite game--wherever you are. Just pop it open, plug it in, and play.
Bring It Anywhere
The integrated 15.5" LED HD display with HDMI connection lets you catch every detail of your favorite games and movies. Integrated stereo speakers and dual 2.5 mm headphone jacks allow you to blast the sound, or keep it to yourself. It's a go-anywhere, do-anything portable gaming hub for your next generation consoles.
Supports Xbox 360 and PS3 Slim
The G155 supports your favorite next-generation gaming consoles, including the Xbox 360/360S and PS3 Slim and forward compatible with the next generation Xbox One console. Storage bags hold your controllers, power supplies, and other accessories while traveling. Straps and a fitted foam base hold your console firmly in place while also allowing for proper ventilation.
Travel and Store Securely
The lightweight design of the G155 complies with airline regulations and airline carry-on guidelines, so it's easy to take with you on vacation or long trips to see the family. Lockable latches keep your gaming system and accessories secure, and the rugged case protects all your gaming gear from minor impacts.
What's in the Box
GAEMS G155 Portable Gaming System, accessory storage bags, foam base for Xbox 360, 360S, and Playstation 3 Slim, 7' HDMI cable, 100-240v power supply, user's manual.
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Update -- the product has an official web site that has preset f/q that must be seen to set up properly. Changes required for the ps3 blu ray viewing. lost manual before reading- so unknown if the exact settings addressed. also web site has some great theme skins. this product keeps getting better and better. Fill in the rating starsssss
have had the system for a month now and put away my monitor to spend time with this new unit. at times view is great at a desk sitting level- and others - rolled up magazine was needed too. however-i'm ordering another one to keep from having to swap from xboxes/ps3. geames customer techs are very helpful and prompt with their assistance. five stars all the way
I have been carrying my hardware on the astro mission bag for over a year. I got what i used to call my "mobile command unit" which is based on the PS3, X360 (on a separate backpack), A40s and the vizio 15 inch led. It was fine and all, and since the G155 was not released when i decided to go mobile it was the best solution i could think of at that time. Throughout this past year i saw the G155 and all the great reviews kept pilling up. I was tempted, yet i decided to be satisfied with the vizio and the mission bag. Time kept passing and the more i used my solution the more obvious it became it was not mobile at all, just decent. So now i have the G155, and this is my story.
I use the Ultra High Performance HDMI Switcher, 3to1 Switch to connect my X360 (inside the G155) and the PS3 (outside the G155) simultaneously and the experience has been a HUGE upgrade in simplicity and easy mobility. I still use my mission bag for the PS3, A40 and other accessories, with the G155 next to it. When open i like how the G155 has space on both sides of the console to put the controller when not in use, the A40 mixamp and the charging cable for the controller. It just looks clean. I used to have the vizio and a bunch of cables flying around and it was all just a mess. Now i got the G155 and it provides a personal environment for a neat and beautiful gaming desk.
As for the G155 itself, i have put it on marathons with the X360 and PS3 and the performance of the screen is just awesome. ZERO lag, fps are fluid and look great. Skyrim looks awesome. The screen performs as advertised and then some. The speakers are better than expected, no gimmicks here is all about performance.
The case itself is just right. Hard plastic, rubber feet in the right places, stable in vertical position, console sits tight and safe with the straps. At some point i like using my x360 on the G155 than on the big TV. for some reason i like the up close and personal feeling the G155 provides.
In my opinion, the G155 is not exclusive for mobile action. If you are in college, or have one tv in the house the G155 can provide a perfect solution for that gamer in the house that needs to get its gaming fix.
Great product, great company, once you buy it you will know why the great reviews keep pilling up.
I have been using the ps3 with my g155 and noticed that the fans were getting way too loud and the heat build up around the console worried me. Because the ps3 does not allow full games install it gets pretty hot.
My tip is to take the storage pouches that come with the g155 and fold them in a way that when put under the ps3, one in each side, the ps3 is lifted just enough to allow better air flow through the side vents and the bottom is not compressed against the cushion. Also with this adjustment he usb ports are more accessible for charging the controller and using the ps3 wireless headset. The straps will keep the ps3 in place, so dont worry about that. Hope it helps
The main issues I have with it are really sacrifices for the functionality the G155 provides. The screen has okay colour replication, good response time, and is a good panel for gaming in general, BUT it's a highly reflective panel, which has bad implications for it being a 'portable gaming environment'. I can't recall how many times I've had to turn up the brightness because of how little I could actually see in-game. Another set of issues with it are the size and resolution. 15 inches is fine for a laptop, but when you're sitting at least 3-4' away, you're going to have problems. The only way to get any closer to the screen is to have it sit on your lap, which could be a problem because it's really not a device created for lap comfort. Another possible issue with it is that the resolution is only 720p, but the system does accept 1080p input, it just downscales it.
The final possible issue is the setup. It seems very simple, but having two cables instead of one is irritating to have to plug in. You could always find a double power adapter, but that would questionably fit into the side pockets included. The size of the whole 'gaming briefcase' also hampers the setup, as well as the angle the screen is forced to maintain.
In summary, the system is good for travellers who need protection for their consoles and accessories, and have somewhere to optimally play upon arrival. My recommendation is that if you can spend the extra money though, avoid the G155 and go for the G190, which has a matte 20inch 1080p display, and feet for adjusting screen angle. All-in-all, it's a pretty nifty device.