Friday, December 16th 2011

Corsair to Announce Several Key Products at 2012 International CES

Corsair, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced its participation at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from January 10th to 13th, 2012.

"We're very excited about our presence at the 2012 International CES," said Andrew Paul, President and CEO of Corsair. "Not only is it a fantastic showcase for the new products we'll be announcing, it allows us to present all of our high-performance product lines."

The Corsair booth will be located at Veronese Hall #2405 at the Venetian Congress Center. Corsair will be displaying and demonstrating the new products, along with displays and hands-on demos of current products from Corsair's award-winning lines of components and peripherals. Current product lines on display will include:
  • The Corsair Vengeance line of gaming mice, keyboards, and headsets
  • Corsair Link kits for PC system monitoring, control, and lighting
  • Obsidian Series, Graphite Series, and Carbide Series enthusiast PC cases
  • Corsair's complete line of solid-state drives (SSDs), including Force Series GT, Force
  • Series 3, and the recently-announced Performance Series Pro
  • Flash Voyager, Flash Voyager GT, Flash Survivor and Flash Padlock USB flash drives
  • Dominator and Vengeance enthusiast-grade memory for Windows and Mac desktop PCs and notebooks
  • Hydro Series Liquid CPU Coolers, including the new Hydro Series H100
  • Professional Series Gold, Professional Series, Enthusiast Series, Gaming Series, and
  • Builder Series power supplies
  • Gaming Audio Series PC speakers
The Corsair booth is open to all registered 2012 CES attendees. Analysts and members of the press are strongly encouraged to contact Corsair in advance to set up a private meeting and product demonstration.
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14 Comments on Corsair to Announce Several Key Products at 2012 International CES

#1
entropy13
lol an announcement for several announcements
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#2
(FIH) The Don
wonder if they will start making motherboards, would surprise me if they didnt
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#3
entropy13
New case(s), new SSDs, and 80PLUS Platinum PSUs. That's the most likely new ones they'll be announcing.
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btarunr
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(FIH) The Don said:
wonder if they will start making motherboards, would surprise me if they didnt
Motherboards require a lot of R&D, even if you're using OEMs to manufacture them. I think graphics cards is the logical next step for Corsair. That's are simple as sourcing reference cards, pasting a Corsair sticker on them, using their extensive distributor network to sell them, and handling warranties for them.
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(FIH) The Don
btarunr said:
Motherboards require a lot of R&D, even if you're using OEMs to manufacture them. I think graphics cards is the logical next step for Corsair. That's are simple as sourcing reference cards, pasting a Corsair sticker on them, using their extensive distributor network to sell them, and handling warranties for them.
yeah was about to say that too, i mean, i they should have gone in mb business, they should have done it in the 780 days, where evga, zotac and others used the same boards basically, then they could have had a chance to get in somehow,

would be nice though no matter what
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#6
Sihastru
Looks more like an announcement for mostly already announced products that are on sale today.

This should've been: "There's this thing, CES 2K12. Uhmm... we're gonna be there."
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#7
Ahhzz
Damn, damn, damn... got my pass and everything, but I won't be able to make it :(
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#8
1c3d0g
I think they're going to compete even more with OCZ on SSD's. We've already seen that they can hold their own with their Performance Pro Series (SandForce-like performance with Marvell controllers, so no reliability issues). It'll be interesting to see what they'll announce at C.E.S. :)
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#9
Sinzia
New version of the 800d thats better for dual rads I hope... I was turned off with all the modding required to have a second rad in the bottom of the case. :(
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#10
DanishDevil
I really hope they release a 900D that's XL-ATX ready.
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#11
Delta6326
I sure hope Corsair doesn't become one of those companies that started out great because the focused on just a few main products, and then they go into all sorts of products and loose their "Name".:shadedshu
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#12
micropage7
(FIH) The Don said:
wonder if they will start making motherboards, would surprise me if they didnt
sapphire show their board like that

maybe corsair wanna follow it, since today processor can handle graphic by itself :toast:
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#14
sorathia
i think corsair will release H200 (360mm Radiator CPU Cooling)
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