Razer launches Tomahawk modular gaming computer
Following TWS headphones, another new product from Razer is the Tomahawk branded system unit for gamers and game developers. It is built on the Intel NUC 9 Extreme platform, developed by the chipmaker specifically for compact system units and in the top-end configuration is equipped with a powerful Intel Core i9 processor and 16 GB of RAM.
Intel NUC 9 Extreme is a ready-made platform that requires only RAM and a solid-state drive to be connected to the assembler. Razer offers several modifications of the Tomahawk — the most productive is built on the basis of Intel Core i9-9980HK with support for 16 GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD. In addition, you can install an additional 2 TB HDD, as well as a discrete NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics adapter.
The body of the Tomahawk is made of aluminum and painted in a matte black color. Its design includes two removable doors, led lighting, four USB Type-A ports, two USB Type-C with Thunderbolt 3 support, two Gigabit Ethernet, and a combined 3.5 mm audio port. The cost of the basic configuration of the Razer Tomahawk is $2400.