While Razer has dabbled in PC cases – the company hasn’t offered their own, original PC case, until now. They’ve announced the Tomahawk, an all-new case complete with their typical styling.
The Razer Tomahawk comes in two sizes, the standard mid-tower ATX case or the smaller mini-ITX form factor.
Both come with a tempered-glass side panel, which shows off all your internal hardware – and RGB lighting if that’s your thing.
The case itself is loaded with RGB lighting already, which you can customize with Razer’s signature Synapse 3 app. The Tomahawk has built-in dust filters, as well as several conveniently-placed hookups on the front panel.
The ports include: USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C ports, a dedicated mic port for streamers, a mic/headphone combo port, and 2 standard USB Type-A ports. Both sides have tempered glass doors that swivel open for easy-access to the internals.
Here’s a new trailer for the case:
You can find the Razer Tomahawk over on the official Razer Store. While the mini-ITX case is $179.99, the mid-tower ATX case is $199.99, and both are shipping next month.
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