Corsair One Review: Impeccably Thin, Surprisingly Quiet & A Great Debut PC
Cosair has made a name for itself in the industry by developing and producing reliable computer parts. However, the company recently took a risk and delved into releasing its own PC unit. The gamble has paid off as the Cosair One has received early praise not just for its remarkable design, but for its power too.
As noted by The Verge, there are four variants of the laptop. The first is the standard Cosair One, as well as a Cosair One Pro. Then there are two units that are web store exclusives, called the Cosair One Pro and the Cosair One Ti. The various models generally differ in storage space and GPU. The One Pro, for example, has 480GB SSD and 2TB HDD, while the One Ti has 960GB SSD.
The base unit, as PC World has noted, has an Intel Core i7 7700 processor, GTX 1070 GPU, 240GB SATA SSD and a 1TB hard drive. The prices begin at US$1,800. But while the specs are what most companies put in their notebooks and laptops, what is truly special about the Cosair One is its design and its coinciding results.
As the publication continued, the Cosair One is amazingly quiet, despite having the CPU and GPU going on at full throttle. It is definitely not silent, but it when compared to the noise that its competitors make, there is undoubtedly a welcome difference. Moreover, the laptop is amazingly thin as well. But despite these things, it still performs at par.
The Cosair One performs exceptionally well considering all the moving parts there are to a custom design, especially a complete liquid-cooled PC. It gets most things right and is a notable debut into the industry. However, the publication pointed out that the company could afford to be more generous in terms of its warranty, which would make it an easier sell to the market.
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