They don’t say how much it costs to buy all the keyboards
It would appear that Corsair is looking to expand its peripheral business and has done so quite impressively. They bought DROP for an undisclosed amount of money, which brings with it a huge customer base. Corsair is reassuring DROP fans that they will stay the same and continue to sell under the DROP name; However, Corsair branding will likely show up somewhere. Warranty and service claims currently handled by DROP will not be affected, as the DROP team will remain unchanged after this purchase.
This will certainly help expand DROP’s customer base by giving them access to the global market that Corsair has established. This could lead to exciting new products; custom keys for configuring Elgado could be a lot of fun. On the other hand, there are dangers of the brand being diluted and some of their more extreme keysets and keyboard bodies could be replaced with less expensive alternatives.
Only time will tell, but the fact that Corsair is leaving DROP intact and treating it as a separate line of business should at least offer some hope for the foreseeable future.