Corsairs has become a household name in the country thanks to its massive popularity.
But its recent growth has been accompanied by a surge in the popularity of its competitors.
In Singapore, where the company was founded in 1892, the market for corsars is estimated to be worth nearly $3 billion.
Corsair was a small player in Singapore for decades before being acquired by the Taiwanese electronics giant Taipei Computer Technology Group in the mid-1990s.
Cossars computer accessories started selling in Singapore in 2001 and in the year after.
The company’s growth was accelerated by the rapid growth of the Taiwanese market, and Cossairs popularity and business acumen.
It quickly made inroads into mainland China.
Today, Cossair’s business in Singapore is worth over $3.2 billion.
In China, Corsars products are often marketed as “Made in China” and “Made with Taiwan.”
But Cossar’s Chinese sales have also been expanding in the last decade.
According to market researcher TechCrunch, in 2020 Cossas sales in China reached $7.1 billion.
The market was valued at about $1.3 billion in 2016.
Corsars business in Hong Kong was also a boon for the company, and it sold more than $1 billion worth of Cossard products in Hongkong.
Cossar began in Singapore as a textile manufacturer in 1882, but its focus shifted to electronics in the early 20th century.
The first computer was produced by the company in 1949.
In 1956, Cosars founder Edward Tsing said he was going to build his company around “a system that would make computers and computer hardware obsolete.”
His first computer, a Pentium computer, was the first to be sold in the United States.
By the early 1980s, the company’s business was expanding rapidly and the company had become the second-largest electronics maker in Asia.
In the 1990s, Cossus computers sold over 1 million units worldwide.
Today, COSSars business is valued at nearly $8 billion.