Bottom line: It’s straightforward to get seduced by the simplicity of a compact modular system like this however the fact is, they’re notoriously tough to drag off. Razer itself even took a swing on the idea again on the 2014 CES with Project Christine, a prototype that by no means materialized.
Razer like clockwork is again at CES with one other eye-catching idea. In partnership with Intel, the gaming accent maker is unveiling its Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop which is based on the NUC 9 “Ghost Canyon” idea we spied a few days again.
The Razer Tomahawk makes use of an all-aluminum chassis with tempered glass on both facet that highlights the vertically mounted GPU. A lock-and-slide mechanism on the rear of the case permits for fast, tool-free entry to the internals. Truth be informed, it appears extra like an exterior GPU enclosure than a full-fledged pc.
Turnkey methods shall be configurable with as much as an Intel Core i9 processor, 64GB of DDR4 RAM and as much as an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super GPU.
Razer stated the Tomahawk Gaming Desktop shall be obtainable someday through the first half of 2020. Pricing hasn’t been revealed though based on The Verge, items will begin someplace within the ballpark of $2,000. Razer additionally plans to make the Tomahawk N1 chassis obtainable as a standalone unit for lovers enthusiastic about constructing their very own compact system.
Key to the Tomahawk’s success would be the continued assist from Intel and solely time will inform whether or not or not that assist materializes.