Corsair is going to become a PC vendor, with the company announcing that it intends to unleash an ultimate gaming PC onto the market.


The Corsair One will be component makers first ready-built PC with all components in place. Famous for its components (including memory, SSDs, power supplies and cases along with other peripherals like keyboards), the firm has previously offered barebones kits (like the Bulldog living room PC).

The bad news at this point is that there are absolutely no spec details thus far. Aside from appearing in a Maximum PC print ad and Corsair’s own website, the company is staying very tight-lipped about exactly what it’ll put inside this machine.  All we really have is a picture of the PC and a site where surfers can sign up to be notified when further details are made available.

The Maximum PC ad shows the PC positioned next to someone engrossed in a game on a curved ultra-wide monitor (see above), indicating that this is a gaming machine (as you would expect – Corsair is hardly likely to be building a workstation computer).