Razer unveiled a compact, modular gaming PC called the Tomahawk, during CES earlier this year. With this computer, the company wanted to give gamers a start in the process of building their systems. Although the announcement of the computer did not happen during the planned period in the first quarter of the year due to problems with the coronavirus pandemic, the PC is now available for purchase.
The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop has a 10-liter case (210 x 150 x 365 mm) with a distinctive Razer design. The housing is made of CNC aluminum, with a matte black finish. There is also Chrome lighting around the base.
The computer is designed based on the Intel NUC PC, so it comes with the ninth generation Intel H series processor (Core i9-9980HK). There is also space for a small GPU, up to 320 x 140 mm in size. This means it can be configured with up to Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 model.
The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop has a 750W power supply, 16GB of DDR4 memory, a 512GB SSD, and a 2TB HDD. There are 2 Thunderbolt ports, four USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports, two gigabit Ethernet ports, and a 3.5mm port.
The computer is available at a starting price of $ 2,400, which comes with an unfilled PCIe slot into which a GPU can be inserted as desired. Priced at $ 3,200, a version of the Razer Tomahawk PC with an RTX 3080 graphics card is available.