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Tharic-Nar 01-08-2011 05:19 AM

Corsair at CES 2011
 
Corsair continues to expand it's product range and at this year's CES, a few interesting surprises await. Last year, Corsair took the plunge into audio with the HS1 headset, this year it's brought high end speakers into the mix. There's a new member to the Hydro range of coolers and a couple more chassis' to be envious of. Read on for the details.

Read our initial coverage of Corsair at CES and then discuss it here!

Optix 01-08-2011 06:13 AM

I think the 600T is drop dead gorgeous...if a case can be such a thing. I'm not so sure about the white version though. It just doesn't seem to be as striking as the NZXT Phantom. Maybe I just need to see it in person like I have the Phantom.

Doomsday 01-08-2011 07:25 AM

not into White chassis, Black is Beauty baby! I sold my V8 so i am definitely in the market for the H70 or if it is better, the H60!
Would love a review of the speaker systems too! :D

THUMPer 01-09-2011 11:46 AM

i need the Corsair HS1A

Tharic-Nar 01-09-2011 02:40 PM

I would love to get hold of this new audio gear. The HS1A will loose the Dolby effect (which worked quite well to be honest), but a direct feed from a decent sound card will probably more than compensate... musically anyway. As for games, I don't think the software based up-scaling of the soundcard will quite match the tuning that Corsair put into the USB based HS1... I would love to test them with an Amp - shame I lack a headphone amp, lol.

I do find it strange that Corsair are also trying this 'Link' thing again, after NVIDIA tried and failed... pretty much all it's partners stopped advertising it after a month or so, even Thermaltake - which had a complete ecosystem, PSU, Chassis, Fans, Heatsinks, Water loops and controllers.

Rob Williams 01-10-2011 03:02 PM

The HS1A looked quite nice, but I'm more interested in the SP2500 speakers :D Didn't get to hear them, but they have the specs to sound kick-ass.

Optix 01-10-2011 03:58 PM

Looks like a HS1A review should be cooked up if possible, especially since a comparison can be made.

DING, DING! USB VS. 3.5mm! The floggin' in my noggin'!

Where's Don King when you need him?

OriginalJoeCool 01-10-2011 05:15 PM

The SP2500 speakers look awesome.


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