From PC Mag: Razer’s compact gaming PC, the Tomahawk, is finally going to debut as a real product. This month, the company plans on opening pre-orders for the system, which will start at $2,399.
Introduced back in January at CES, the Tomahawk is contained in a tight chassis, measuring in at 11.5 liters. However, it can still pack a punch, with the option to include Nvidia’s RTX 3080 graphics card inside.
To bring down the PC’s size, the company built the unit around Intel’s mini computing platform called "NUC." The technology can house the motherboard, CPU, memory and SSD storage into a single module, which can then slot inside the PC.
The Tomahawk is going to use the slightly older Intel Core i9-9980HK processor, a 5.0GHz boost speed CPU that originally launched back in 2019’s second quarter. The system will also include 16GB of DDR4 RAM at 2667MHz, 512GB SSD and 2TB GB HDD drives, and an unpopulated M.2 slot for more storage.
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