Corsair Gaming recently launched two brand new, prebuilt gaming systems: the ONE a200 and the ONE i200. These devices offer the choice of a high-end processor made by either AMD or Intel. Furthermore, these gaming computers will be powered by NVIDIA’s RTX 3080 GPU.
“The attractive pricing of Corsair’s new systems could give them a sales edge, as gaming enthusiasts will be able to save on the time, effort, and extra money required to assemble a PC on their own. NVIDIA estimates that the GPU supply shortage could last through 2021. If getting high-end components remains a problem for retail customers, sales of prebuilt PCs could be stronger than expected,” writes Harsh Chauhan of The Motley Fool. “This bodes well for Corsair’s gaming components and systems business, which registered 45% revenue growth in 2020 to $1.16 billion and produced nearly 69% of the company’s top line. Also, the segment’s performance is likely to remain strong over the long run. Third-party forecasters anticipate that shipments of gaming PCs will grow by 25% from last year’s level by 2024.”
The systems are currently available in North America, the UK, and Europe. Corsair’s new gaming systems cost $3,599 to start.
(All information was provided by NASDAQ)