Corsair Launches CORSAIR ONE PC
Samuel Wan / 4 years ago
Corsair is one of the most well-known brands in the PC industry. Over the years, they have continually expanded their lineup of well-regarded PC cases, components, and peripherals. Taking it to the next level, Corsair has now taken the next step and is offering a full assembled PC, the new CORSAIR ONE.
Building on top of their Bulldog DIY line, the CORSAIR ONE is an ready to run PC. This marks a move from Corsair just providing some of the components and going all the way to becoming a PC OEM. It’s a big shift from strategy as Corsair will now have to provide much more customer and technical support. There’s also the fact that most Corsair components and PC customers are likely DIY users, leaving their peripheral brand customers to carry the weight.
So far, not much has been revealed for the ONE. The front resembles the Carbide 330R and Obsidian 550D cases with a finned structure reminiscent of a large heatsink on the top and bottom. The sides also feature interesting triangular ventilation holes. We do know it is a VR targetted system, likely with top end components. It will be interesting to see if Corsair will go with a third party motherboard or one of their own instead. Pricing and availability have not been revealed.