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Enter the Ultimate Gaming Giveaway Ft. Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 & more
by Steven Parker
Valued at over $5,000! Win the hottest consoles of 2020 from PlayStation and Xbox, plus gear from Bose and Sony
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By Jay Bonggolto
Corsair announces a new wireless gaming headset for Xbox One, Series X, and Series S
by Jay Bonggolto
Corsair today announced a new wireless gaming headset that's compatible with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. The company says the HS75 XB headset will also work with Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S when these consoles roll out on November 10.
The headset uses 50mm neodymium drivers and has a uni-directional microphone that should minimize unnecessary sounds from the environment. Corsair also claims the HS75 XB is the company's first headphones to feature Dolby Atmos spatial sound. It also includes on-ear game audio and chat mix controls.
Connectivity-wise, the headset can pair directly with your console through Xbox Wireless technology, with up to 30 feet of wireless range. That means it won't require a wireless receiver installed on the console to function. However, you will need an Xbox Wireless Adapter to connect the headphones to your Windows PC. The adapter is also sold separately.
The headset's battery can last up to 20 hours on a single charge. It's available starting today via Corsair's online storefront and authorized retailers worldwide for $149.99. The product comes with a two-year warranty as well.
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Corsair announces plans to acquire controller maker SCUF Gaming
by João Carrasqueira
Corsair is mostly known for building a wide range of PC components and accessories for gaming, but it started expanding its business with the acquisition of Origin PC, which allowed it to get into making custom-built PCs. Now, it's expanding yet again, but by adding a new range of accessories to its portfolio: the company is acquiring controller maker SCUF Gaming.
SCUF has been around since 2011, and it specializes in high-end, modular controllers that can be customized to the user's needs. SCUF controllers often include plenty of customizable components, including D-pads, swappable thumbsticks, trigger stops, faceplates, and more. SCUF has also worked with Microsoft on special variants of the Xbox Elite Controller, which is pretty customizable in itself.
Andy Paul, CEO of Corsair, commented on the addition of SCUF controllers to its portfolio:
Following the acquisition, SCUF will continue to operate as a separate brand from Corsair, and keep its HQ in Atlanta. The deal is expected to be completed within the next month.
Corsair announces its acquisition of Origin PC
by João Carrasqueira
Corsair, a company well-known for its gaming-oriented PC components and peripherals, has announced that it is acquiring Origin PC. Both brands are likely familiar to the PC gamer community - Corsair's products including gaming mice and components such as RAM modules with RGB lighting, and Origin PC is one of the best-known makers of custom-built PCs. Just yesterday, the latter company showed off a machine that brought together a PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, in addition to a Nintendo Switch dock.
The goal of the acquisition is to make it easier for gamers to transition from consoles to PCs by making it easier for customers to have the PC they want built for them, rather than having to build it themselves. Andy Paul, founder and CEO of Corsair, said:
As mentioned above, since Corsair has its own components and Origin PC builds computers using said components, this seems like a somewhat logical move. Origin PC's will soon start being integrated with Corsair's iCue software to control RGB lighting, and the Hydro X cooling solution will also make its way to some Origin PC systems in the near future. More cooperation like this should also be expected in the future.
Origin PC will continue to operate from its existing headquarters in Miami, Florida, and it will keep its branding within Corsair. Corsair didn't disclose how much the acquisition was worth.