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Gaming on the go

Erika Santoro
Gaming on the go

There's good news for folks who need to play "Call of Duty" or "Grand Theft Auto" on the go. At this year's New York Comic Con convention, Gaems Inc. demonstrated its new Vanguard device, which gives video game enthusiasts the benefit of playing their favorite console titles on the go.

The specially designed suitcase is equipped with a 19-inch LED display, stereo speakers and headphone jacks, allowing die-hard gamers to play their favorite video games when they travel and find themselves away from their normal gaming environment.

Vanguard by GAEMS
Source: GAEMS

Vanguard's portability design supports the Xbox 360/360S and PS3 Slim, and with an eye toward future gaming devices it is also compatible with the next generation Xbox One console. While gaming on the go may be cool to die-hard fans, there is still a steep price to pay. The Vanguard is priced at $349.99 and feels pretty heavy once you pack it with your favorite gaming console.

Along with the LED screen, the Vanguard also includes a strap, remote control, accessory storage bags, custom fit EVA foam base, 7-inch HDMI cable, 100-240v power supply and a user's manual.

By CNBC's Erika Santoro.

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