Corsair & # 039; s LT100 smart lighting tower is here to take your RGB game to the next level

Corsair's latest product aims to improve the aesthetics of your build. The LT100 Smart Lighting Tower is a 422mm tower with 46 LEDs providing immersive RGB lighting. The highlight here is that the light tower is part of Corsair's iCUE ecosystem, which means you can easily sync the light effects with other Corsair products.

The LT100 is sold as a starter kit with two RGB towers and a lighting controller. There are 11 preset lighting profiles, and you get the option to sync lights with on-screen action and games. The LEDs are housed in a light-diffusing housing that "softens and blends lightly" and you also get a removable headset holder that allows you to dangle your headset from both towers. If you need more towers, Corsair sells an extension seat with one additional tower.

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Look, if you've already invested in an RGB build and have a few Corsair products, the LT100 is easy to sell. The mood lighting looks great, and if this is the style you're going for, there's a lot to be found here.

The LT100 starter kit is available now for $ 129.99 in the United States, € 139.99 in Europe, £ 129.99 in the United Kingdom and $ 229 in Australia and New Zealand. The expansion kit is available for $ 59.99 in the United States, € 69.99 in Europe, £ 59.99 in the United Kingdom, and $ 99 in Australia and New Zealand.

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