Corsair Joins World of Sim Racing With New Look At Computex

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[Press Release] Corsair just introduced its vision for the future of sim racing at Computex 2024.

Borrowing from decades of experience and insight, the company will deliver a versatile cockpit with industry-standard features suited to newcomers and enthusiasts alike. It also plans to use its distribution network to make sim racing more widely available.

At Computex 2024, Corsair’s sim racing suite highlighted a unique prototype. Thanks to a hybrid racing frame, a robust steel construction, and more, this sim racing prototype became an instant hit among attendees.

Corsair offered unprecedented levels of adjustability, allowing users to pick positions suitable for Formula racing or GT-style touring. Moreover, the steel frame offers a durable setup built for high-octane racing.

Stability is prioritized above all, offering an experience mimicking the diver seat experience. All of these features and more will soon be available as Corsair makes the jump to sim-racing later this year.

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