Corsair's first pre-built gaming PC is simply called the ONE
Corsair is best known for its wide range of PC cases, components, and gaming peripherals, but the company has now branched out to pre-built gaming PCs as well. The Corsair ONE is its first foray into fully-assembled systems, and appears to be the next logical step after its Bulldog barebones PC kits.
This isn’t a hulking desktop though, and the ONE is a fairly compact tower with an understated design. The design is based loosely on Corsair’s Carbide 330R and Obsidian 550D cases, and the front of the chassis features a familiar brushed aluminum finish.
That aside, the ONE has distinctive features like ridged, fin-like structures on the top and bottom. The side panels are also perforated with triangular ventilation holes.
Unfortunately, there’s not much else we know, and Corsair hasn’t even detailed the technical specifications of the machine yet. However, according to AnandTech, the chassis is too shallow to hold a full-sized ATX motherboard, although the ventilated side panels would appear to suggest an ability to hold high-performance components.
Furthermore, Corsair’s photos show a front HDMI port for use with a VR headset, so it stands to reason that the ONE will be fairly powerful.
And given that this is Corsair we’re talking about here, we wouldn’t expect anything less.
Corsair hasn’t announced details on price and availability yet, but we’ll update when we know more.