It’s been quite a while since Razer has been showing concepts during the CES event with the aim to bring modular gaming PCs with streamlined swappable parts. It looks like finally Razer is selling a prebuilt PC named Tomahawk for the first time, which was the concept shown at CES 2020, held in January.
The Tomahawk is designed for small-form-factor as the case features a 10L capacity while the measurements are:210 mm x 365 mm x 150 mm. Razer says they have kept a small size to make it portable and to save some desk space. The case features an all-black aluminum silhouette color along with the signature Razer logo and Chroma lighting located around the base. A 750W power supply is provided with the casing, and it features active cooling to keep the components cool. As far as the connectivity is concerned, the case features 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, 4 USB-A 3.2 ports.
The Inside of the case features two PCIe slots to accommodate a full-length GPU and the Intel NUC Element. As for the Intel NUC Element, it features every vital part of the PC which includes a 45W Core i9-9980HK Coffee Lake processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 512GB NVMe SSD, and a 2TB hard drive. It also features onboard Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0. You can upgrade the memory and storage but not the processor as it is soldered into the Intel NUC Element.
The PCIe port dedicated for the GPU can occupy a full-size GPU up to 320 x 140mm and you have the option to get the Nvidia RTX 3080 Founders Edition pre-installed.
The Tomahawk’s base model is priced at $2,400 while the model featuring RTX 3080 is priced at $3,200. The pre-order is available in the US only.