CORSAIR Expands Business With Acquisition of Drop Assets

Expanding To DIY Keyboards and Keycaps!

[Press Release] CORSAIR needs no introduction when it comes to the gaming industry. The gaming giant is involved in nearly every part of PC gaming, and a new development will help the company grow further.

CORSAIR confirms that it is acquiring various assets from Drop. The latter is well-known in the keyboard market, as it sells customized keyboards, keycaps, and more. Drop currently offers over 100 customized sets for users looking to customize their keyboards.

Previously, Drop has partnered with various companies for licensed properties like The Lord of The Rings and the Infinity Saga from Marvel.

This has led to exciting keyboards and keycaps for enthusiasts, and the company is likely to continue these collaborations in the coming years. Thanks to these efforts, the market for customized keyboards is growing quickly.

CORSAIR aims to use this partnership to grow the Drop brand further, reaching even more gamers worldwide. Additionally, the company will offer specialized CORSAIR and Elgato products for Drop fans.

Following the partnership, Drop will operate as a separate division within CORSAIR. This will ensure all existing customer queries and warranties will be handled by the existing staff from the company.

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