- Category: CES 2011
- Published: Tuesday, 11 January 2011 16:30
- Written by garfi3ld
Earlier in the week we made it to the Corsair press conference and I wrote about what they introduced at the press conference. I did also have a booth tour scheduled to get a closer look at their new products, a much better look than we saw in the press conference. We took a look at their headphone and speaker offerings and spent a lot of time checking out what Corsair Link is capable of. Click below to read more about it.
The Special Edition Graphite 600T was much more impressive in person. The bacl interior and front panel looks killer against the white finish. I think this is going to be a popular choise for those looking for a quality case that is different from what everyone else is doing.
The Obsidian Series 650D mid-tower
Corsairs headset offerings
Their new Corsair link gives you the ability to link all of your corsair products (that support it currently that is) and run a software that can group lighting, fans, and everything else together to control lighting and cooling to change depending on voltage, temperature, and load. For example, you could configure their LED lighting to change colors as you see your temperatures rise or to have your fans ramp up speed when you see the GPU or CPU take more power. This way you could start cooling before the temperatures rise. Although it’s still in pre-production the goal is to sell the fan controller and Corsair Link controller together at an unnamed price and then have the LED control box available separate.
We also got a chance to take a look at and listen to the SP2500 2.1 Speaker System that was introduced at the press conference. The audio quality during the time we listened was impressive but it would be nice to get to spend more time with them outside of the convention setting.
And of course they had their power supply lineup on display