Over the past couple of months, I've been enjoying a rare privilege: a gaming PC that I didn't have to build myself. In my many years of playing games and tinkering with technology, I'd never previously been exposed to this experience. My first ever PC was such a horribly underpowered and overpriced crate of beige that I swore off buying pre-built machines and started down the custom PC path. Two decades later, one of my favorite PC parts suppliers, Corsair, has decided to take the leap and just sell an entire computer: already assembled, water-cooled, spit-polished, and optimized for the joys of gaming. Like a grown-up gaming console, the Corsair One has a small footprint, quiet performance, and a warranty that expires the moment you open it up to swap parts. The Corsair One is the gaming rig for those of us tired of or uninterested in being responsible for every little component that goes into their machine. It's the “it just works” gaming PC, with all the maxed-out specs gamers demand enclosed in a sober exterior that their housemates and loved ones can tolerate. But it doesn't come cheap, carrying a $1,799.99 starting price. If you want a Corsair… Read full this story
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