The Origin Of Your Next Boutique PC May Be Corsair
Expect RGBs, So Many RGBs
Today brought some surprising news to the enthusiast community; Corsair has purchased Origin PC. The two companies will remain separate identities, with Corsair continuing to sell it’s lines of computers such as the Corsair One Pro and Origin will continue to design and sell their Genesis and other product lines. Any existing Origin customers can rest easy knowing that the warranty that was in place when they originally purchased their system remains and the support team will still be available as they were before.
You can expect to see iCue and compatible coolers and accessories begin to appear on Origin’s products, and their expertise may influence how Corsair designs their own systems as well.
FREMONT, CA, July 24th, 2019 — CORSAIR®, a world leader in high-performance gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, is pleased to announce that it has acquired custom gaming PC leader ORIGIN PC.
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Hah, good title Jeremy.
Corsair is definitely trying to enter all the PC markets!