Corsair was once called Corsair Memory, but they shortened their name when they made the decision to move into a wider variety of enthusiast PC markets. Corsair has been very busy in recent years and while they still sell PC memory they now offer power supplies, cases, CPU air coolers, CPU water cooling kits, USB Flash memory and Solid State Drives. One might think that is enough products, but not Corsair! The company moved into the audio market this month when they released their HS1 USB Gaming Headset! While Corsair has greatly expanded their product portfolio over the years, one thing has remained the same: Corsair focuses on PC gamers and enthusiasts. That said, we weren't too shocked when Corsair called and said that they were making a gaming headset. It took Corsair just under a year to hire some audio engineers and come up with some fully enclosed gaming headsets that they could sell at the lucrative $99 price point.