Razer releases Tomahawk Mini-ITX PC Case with Tempered Glass and Chroma RGB Lighting

Razer wowed the tech world when it showed off the Tomahawk PC case at CES 2020. It is made up of tempered glass panels and SPCC steel reinforcements, and also incorporates a cable management system. The OEM finally released the Mini-ITX variant of this gaming case, along with new accessories including a new gaming chair, audio gear, and a Sneki Snek Plushie.

Razer Tomahawk Mini-ITX PC Case

The very first RazerCon unveiled a new product from its host. They include a mini-ITX version of its highly anticipated Tomahawk PC case, which can now be purchased for $ 179.99 on Amazon.com.

This new Mini-ITX gaming chassis exudes both form and function, equipped with premium features to accommodate your idea of the perfect rig. It has Chroma-enabled hardware, as you swap out parts easily with rear-hinged doors that swing outwards and open without the need for tools.

It is designed with a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port, a dedicated mic port, a mic/headphone combo port, and 2 standard USB Type-A ports. The chassis not only vents heat from the rear but the top as well, pulling in cool air from the front through built-in air filters that reduce the intake of dust particles. The best mini ITX case from Razer offers cut-outs and covers to help route and hide cables that would otherwise restrict airflow or create clutter within the system.

Razer has also introduced the new Iskur gaming chair. This new accessory features potentially crucial lumbar support (contained within a well-padded snake print area) and also has adjustable armrests in all orientations and axes. It costs $499, while the new Seiren Mini USB microphone costs $49.99. This compact streaming device features a “rugged” tilting stand, an integrated shock mount, and “professional” audio quality. It is now available to buy on Amazon and Bestbuy websites.

Razer Tomahawk Mini-ITX PC Case

Some users might be inclined to pair it with the new Kraken BT Kitty Edition headset at $99.99. It’s equipped with dual internal beamforming pickups, 40mm drivers, built-in Razer Chroma lighting, and (of course) is only available in Quartz color.

However, if Razer was looking to hit an adorable points goal, it might have done a lot better with the new Sneki Snek Plushie. The first 3D demonstration of the new mascot of the game is accompanied by a promise to plant 10 new trees with the Conservation International group for each purchase. It is available on Razer’s website right now and costs $29.99.

Recently, Razer has also made available its Raptor gaming monitor. The 27-inch 144 Hz Razer Raptor monitor for gaming comes onto the market with some delay. The extravagant G-Sync and Freesync Razer monitor was announced at CES 2019.

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