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Razer reveals its Tomahawk Mini-ITX and ATX PC Gaming Enclosures

New PC gaming cases from Razer

Razer reveals its Tomahawk Mini-ITX and ATX PC Gaming Enclosures

Razer reveals its Tomahawk Mini-ITX and ATX PC Gaming Enclosures

Razor has officially revealed their first "true" desktop enclosures, the Tomahawk ATX and Tomahawk ITX, both of which are designed for gaming enthusiasts and "engineered with airflow in mind". 

Both of these enclosures are designed with two tempered glass windows to allow PC builders to showcase their desktop components, and features a robust cable management solution which will allow PC builders to create tidy systems with ease.  

Both the ITX and ATX models feature an all-black front panel, which features a green illuminated Razer logo. In addition to this, these enclosures also feature Razer Chroma RGB lighting at its base, which can be customised using Razer's Synapse 3 software.   


In the UK, Razer's Tomahawk ATX will retail for £199.99, while the company's Tomahawk ITX will ship for £179.99. Both models are made using 0.8mm thick SPCC steel and feature two tempered glass side panels. 

The Tomahawk ATX will feature support for up to a 360mm radiator at the front of the enclosure, while the ITX model will support up to a 240mm radiator at the top of the chassis. 

Both models will feature support for dual USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports at the top of the chassis as well as a single USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port. RTazer has also given both models a 1-year warranty. The full specifications of both enclosures are available in the table below.  

 Razer reveals its Tomahawk Mini-ITX and ATX PC Gaming Enclosures

  
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12-10-2020, 17:12:22

Dawelio
One thing is for sure, Razer knows how to make trailers for their products. Damn!Quote

14-10-2020, 07:34:46

The_Governour
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
One thing is for sure, Razer knows how to make trailers for their products. Damn!
They have the budget - Razor Tax pays for that.

Nice looking. Crap airflow though. Pass.Quote

14-10-2020, 16:13:25

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
They have the budget - Razor Tax pays for that.
Well you could say that about many companies, just look at ASUS for example, they have the ASUS ROG Tax as well, yet their trailers seems to be aiming for kids.

No way near the level of professional trailer that Razer does.Quote

15-10-2020, 03:11:17

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Well you could say that about many companies, just look at ASUS for example, they have the ASUS ROG Tax as well, yet their trailers seems to be aiming for kids.

No way near the level of professional trailer that Razer does.
well it could be down to many variables. Razer may outsource production of the trailer to a professional company, ASUS may have done it themselves.

I agree its a good one, but ASUS has always been about tacky things when it came to marketing. Even with good performance. I think you see it as trailers for kids because of your opinions on RGB, (same as I) so its a subjective matter that is skewed a little.

The issue is that something like 60% of their revenue is made in Asia where its ALL about tacky lighting and oversized logos like MSI dragon etc. They cater for the biggest markets.Quote

15-10-2020, 06:56:43

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I think you see it as trailers for kids because of your opinions on RGB, (same as I) so its a subjective matter that is skewed a little.
Not at all, my opinion about RGB has nothing to do with my opinion on their trailers. What I mean is that they usually have some kind of ”cool looking dude” that looks like it was generated with Battlefield 2 graphics. Just look at their trailer for their latest high end router... I mean, come on, really? It’s a router... Yet they showcase it like it’s a racing car.Quote
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