Corsair Invites you to Play Battlefield 4 on a Corsair Server
By Mike Clements, on November 14th, 2013
Battlefield 4 is one of the most significant , if not the most significant game launches of 2013. It comes with an entirely new game engine, Frostbite 3, and all sorts of new and improved game features. It takes a lot of what was great from BF2 and BF3 and creates an entirely new and entertaining gaming experience.
We could not resist the temptation to get in on the fun. Corsair is now supplying 57 BF4 servers around the globe. Here's a screenshot of my server browswer searching from the east coast of the USA, using the search word "Corsair".
Corsair attends Gamescom 2012 with a Vengeance!
By Gareth Ogden, on August 15th, 2012
The spectacle of the London Olympic Games may be over, but in Germany at least, the games are set to continue... And there isn't a javelin or a pair of tight Lycra running shorts in sight. That's because this week Germany's fourth largest city, Cologne, plays host to gamescom 2012, Europe's biggest trade fair for interactive games and entertainment. And Corsair will be there in force!
SWVA LAN April 2012: Well Played!
By Mike Clements, on July 9th, 2012
In late 2011 I received an email from Caleb Tote, one of the primary organizers of the SWVA (Southwest Virginia) LAN event. According to their Facebook page, "SWVA is A 100% non-profit organization, offering gaming events to local programmers, gamers, and all types of computer enthusiasts." Caleb told me who he was, explained the history and scope of their LAN event, and asked about how to apply for a LAN sponsorship package from Corsair for their April 12-13, 2012 LAN event.
The wireless technology behind the Vengeance 2000, part one: adaptive channel hopping
By Dylan Rhodes, on May 17th, 2012
The Vengeance® 2000 7.1 Wireless Gaming Headset receives and transmits digital audio over what's colloquially referred to as the 2.4GHz band. More accurately, the band extends from 2.404 GHz to 2.478 GHz, and it's known as one of the ISM bands. ISM stands for “Industrial, Scientific and Medical,” and the band was originally allocated for — as you can imagine — industrial, scientific and medical purposes other than communication.