Corsair ONE i200 Gaming PC Review

Corsair ONE i200 Overview

Taking a first look at the ONE i200 system you notice just how small it really is. It is only 12 liters, to put that in perspective a typical mid-tower is 24 liters and something like an Xbox One is 6 liters. The official dimensions of the Corsair ONE are 200mm x 172.5mm x 380mm and it weighs in a 16.27 lbs. Being so small it should easily fit on your desk or even on a shelf!

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The chassis of the Corsair ONE has a pretty sleek look to it with its dark metal panels. It sort of has a futuristic look to it. At the front of the unit towards the top there is a large power button and at the bottom you have a few connections which include a combo 3.5 mm jack, two USB 3.1 ports, and a single HDMI 2.0 port. Its location on the front of the unit make it ideal for people with VR headsets.

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At the top of the unit there is a large cooling fan. The whole idea here is that hot air rises and the fan will help exhaust the system.

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For those wondering the bottom of the unit has rubber on it so it will say in place on your desk and also won’t scratch it up. On each of the side panels you have a pretty cool ventilated design. Sitting behind these panels are radiators which we’ll see in just a little bit.

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On the back of the unit you have the rest of your connections which include two USB 2.0, two USB 3.1 gen 1, one USB 3.2 gen 1, Thunderbolt 3, 2.5g LAN, antenna connections, a clear CMOS button, audio connections, and towards the bottom there are three DisplayPort from your graphics card and of course your power connection. There is also a Kensington lock port on the back of the unit.

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