When you think of Corsair, you might think of a company who specializes in creating computer parts, such as RAM, PC cases, keyboards, mice, and so on. However it seems that the company wants to expand their offerings and have since announced the Corsair One, the company’s first complete gaming PC.
Given that Corsair has a bit of a reputation in gaming circles, we guess the company’s decision to launch a gaming-centric PC versus a more traditional PC makes sense. There are four models to choose from, such as the Corsair One, Corsair One Pro, the Corsair One Pro (webstore only), and the Corsair One Ti which is also a webstore-only model.
The specs and prices naturally vary across the board depending on which model you go for. For example the highest-end PC that they are offering is the Corsair One Ti which will sport an Intel Core i7-7700K CPU, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU, 16GB of 2400MHz DDR4 RAM, a 960GB SSD, and a Z270 motherboard, all of which will set you back $2,600.
The best part is that these PCs will feature custom cases that are apparently less than half the size of a regular tower PC, and it also supports VR so if you have the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift (or are planning to get it) then you don’t have to worry about whether or not it’ll support it. For more details and to purchase, head on over to Corsair’s website.
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