This January, I told you about the stunning Razer Tomahawk prebuilt desktop, with slide-out upgradable Intel NUC Element modules and space for the latest GPUs despite its tiny 10-liter frame.


As far as we can tell, no product called the "Razer Tomahawk" has actually ever shipped. But that isn't keeping Razer from trying again today with a pair of practical-looking PC cases for rolling your own system.

Each case comes also with a USB-C port up top with 3.2 Gen 2 speeds, dedicated mic and 3.5mm combo jacks and two USB-A ports, and a magnetic dust filter.


Razer has also confirmed to us that the new cases are made of steel not aluminum like the company's marketing materials originally said. Here's the correct spec sheet:

Resource: theverge.com


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Razer's latest Tomahawk PC cases look practical enough

This January, I told you about the stunning Razer Tomahawk prebuilt desktop, with slide-out upgradable Intel NUC Element modules and space for the latest GPUs despite its tiny 10-liter frame.


As far as we can tell, no product called the "Razer Tomahawk" has actually ever shipped. But that isn't keeping Razer from trying again today with a pair of practical-looking PC cases for rolling your own system.

Each case comes also with a USB-C port up top with 3.2 Gen 2 speeds, dedicated mic and 3.5mm combo jacks and two USB-A ports, and a magnetic dust filter.


Razer has also confirmed to us that the new cases are made of steel not aluminum like the company's marketing materials originally said. Here's the correct spec sheet:

Resource: theverge.com


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