Razer introduced the desktop computer Razer Tomahawk at the CES 2020 event, which looked as if it consisted of only one piece. Intel’s great product lies behind the fact that the computer can be so small.
Razer, one of the first names that comes to mind when it comes to play equipment, shows up at the CES 2020 event. The company, which already sells numerous gaming mice, keyboards, headphones and even gaming computers, has never sold desktops to date.
Of course, as a result of some partnerships with Lenovo and Maingear, we’ve seen desktops bearing the Razer signature, but none of them were entirely Razer’s own. This is about to change in the summer of 2020.
Razer’s game monster at CES 2020: Razer Tomahawk
The Razer Tomahawk features a fully upgradeable computer. Also, let’s not mention the small size of the computer. Razer Tomahawk looks as if it was entirely a graphics card.
What makes this computer fit into a small box? Razer Tomahawk has a feature that is not available on today’s desktop computers. Tomahawk does not come with any motherboard or desktop processor. Instead, it uses Intel’s NUC Element hardware.
Intel’s NUC Element hardware supports up to a 45 W Core i9-9980HK processor. It also hosts inputs for RAM, storage equipment and Wi-Fi 6. When you order Tomahawk from Razer, all they have to do is; the power supply, graphics card, storage unit and RAM.
According to Razer, the Intel Core i7 processor, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD and RTX-20 series graphics card, this device will have a price tag of approximately $ 2,300. Customers who want to further develop Tomahawk can choose Core i9, 64 GB RAM and RTX 2080 Super.
Will it be possible to buy the Intel NUC Element hardware that Razer uses in Tomahawk alone? Our answer is yes. Intel will launch NUC Element hardware through Amazon and Newegg. So you can easily create your own computer.