Corsair has further diversified with news this week that the PC parts maker will acquire Scuf Gaming in a new deal. Scuf is most notable for their creation of custom gaming controllers for pro gamers and other applications. Corsair will acquire the full company for an undisclosed sum. The buyout is expected to be complete
iCUE, the software package aimed at CORSAIR owners for customizing the look and feel of their products, finally has a long-awaited version. Mac-based users of various CORSAIR products now have full usability within the software utility iCUE. This will allow users to alter RGB settings and other software-controlled elements for headsets, keyboards, mice and more.
CORSAIR has recently made a wide range of PC accessories available to help customize a custom PC. These include individually sleeved PSU cables, a sleeved front panel extension kit, a premium sleeved SATA cable, a premium PCIe 3.0 x16 extension cable, and TM30 Performance Thermal Paste. The first components they announced are the CORSAIR Premium
CORSAIR was excited to announce the launch of a new range of all-in-one PCs during CES 2019. This lineup is lead by the CORSAIR ONE PRO i180, which is a CES 2019 Innovation Award Honoree, and had been created in collaboration with Intel. The CORSAIR ONE PRO i180 is powered by a liquid-cooled Intel Core
Corsair continues to grow as a dominant force in the gaming industry, and this week they’ve become even more of a force to be reckoned with. Corsair and Elgato Gaming announced that that the latter would be absorbed by the former in a full acquisition. Business as usual for most people, as the Elgato name