Stephen Toulouse (aka Stepto) has joined the team at GAEMS (Gaming and Entertainment Mobile Systems) as Director of Operations and Project Management, after an 18 year stint with Microsoft that ended last February. Toulouse had worked at a variety of departments within Redmond, most recently being exposed to the public eye as Director of Xbox LIVE Policy Enforcement. He became very popular after becoming a regular on the Major Nelson podcast, and hosting PAX panels about the intricacies of keeping trouble makers off of the LIVE service. He even wrote a book about his experiences at Micrsoft called "The Microsoft Way." Unfamiliar with GAEMS, I actually had to visit their website to find out what they do. They actually manufacture portable enclosures for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Featuring a 720p screen, speakers, and component storage, the GAEMS "Personal Gaming Environment" aims to be the ultimate portability solution for a home console experience. At $250 US, I don't really see it being suited to a wide audience, but it certainly is cheaper than hiring Ben Heck to craft you an Xbox 360 laptop. Maybe GAEMS products would be worth it for people who are often travelling, or those always attending LAN parties. Obviously Stephen Toulouse must see big potential at the company, as he probably could've landed anywhere he wanted to after leaving Microsoft. Anyways, I wish Stepto the best of luck at his new role and eagerly anticipate what will come in the future from GAEMS (which is a terrible acronym, in my opinion).