Aristocrat launches MarsX Portrait Cabinet

Aristocrat Gaming’s new cabinet, the MarsX Portrait cabinet has been launched, with a curved screen with a 4K display, capable of showing 16.7 billion colors.

 


Aristocrat Gaming’s™ all-new MarsX™ Portrait cabinet is a breakthrough of advanced technology for players, operators, and slot techs. The cabinet launched with a new, compelling game library to create an out-of-this-world experience.

 

VIDEO: Click to watch the MarsX Portrait in action.

Advanced technology
MarsX Portrait boasts a wealth of advanced technology that creates a more intuitive and fun gaming experience. Gen9 components drive MarsX Portrait’s ability to spin fast, and the action plays out on the 43″ curved ultra high-definition monitor, tall enough to allow for exciting growing reels action. And while the action may be hot, the MarsX Portrait never is, thanks to a specially designed chimney that redirects heat quietly away from both the player and critical components.

Technology for players
MarsX Portrait gives players an experience they have been craving. The curved screen is a 4k display capable of showing 16.7 billion colors for unsurpassed visuals. Sight meets sound with MarsX Portrait’s 4.1 Spatial KineticSound that creates a perfect soundscape for every game’s unique journey. A virtual button deck has a dynamic bash button and wireless USB charging. Players will also love the portrait’s game action, including growing reels, Cash on Reels, Hold & Spin, and multiple jackpot levels.

Technology for operators and slot techs
Operators and slot floor staff will appreciate MarsX Portrait’s super hi-def toppers and vibrant wedges that create visual destinations and attract players. Slot techs will love several innovations that are a dramatic leap forward in cabinet design. The virtual button desk is constructed of Corning’s Gorilla Glass® for a near indestructible quality, and the bash button design allows for quick and easy in-field replacement. The front door is positioned on hydraulic hinges, a patented electro-mechanical latch provides greater security with an embedded optic coupler, and a secondary power switch is located on the front of the cabinet door. MarsX Portrait addresses BVs and printers with dedicated cash drop doors, and a pop-up track for ticket printers.

Innovative new game library
Aristocrat created a new games library specifically for the MarsX Portrait, leading with three new game families. The Cash Across™ family was created for core players who thrill to the excitement of big wins, reel expansion, and jackpot potential. Launch titles are Horses of Helios™ and Savanna Lion™.

The player-favorite Fu Dai Lian Lian™ gets an added persistent boost mode to enhance the fun in FU DAI LIAN LIAN BOOST PEACOCK™ and FU DAI LIAN LIAN BOOST TIGER™.

The fun and excitement is tripled in the new Triple Grand Fortunes™ family of games with game titles Triple Grand Fortunes™ Fu Grand™, Triple Grand Fortunes™ Lu Grand™, and Triple Grand Fortunes™ Shou Grand™.

For more information on the MarsX Portrait and its library of launch titles, visit www.aristocratgaming.com.

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