Razer teamed up with Lian Li to create the Tomahawk and Tomahawk Elite, two new high-end PC cases that will ship between Q2 and Q3 2019. Pricing is unknown.
The Razer Tomahawk is Razer’s first PC gaming chassis that has been developed in-house in the form of a traditional mid-tower form factor. The chassis features a square, minimalist design, with a small-footprint that supports ATX motherboards without sacrificing features that a PC chassis of this size would normally do. The Razer Tomahawk is also powered by Razer Chroma lighting for 16.8 million color capabilities and, with qualified components from Razer’s Chroma Connected devices program, users can maximize their lighting displays in and around their desktop chassis.
RAZER TOMAHAWK ELITE
The flagship Razer Tomahawk Elite is an advanced PC gaming chassis that is engineered to accommodate high-end components, with tempered glass panels lining the sides and top of the case, and a matte black aluminum front panel. The side panels feature vertical wing opening doors that allow the user quick and easy access to the internals.
The unique reverse mount placement of the ATX motherboard allows for optimal placement of the GPU to disperse hot air outside the case via the hydraulic-powered top panel that automatically lifts itself for additional ventilation during intense gaming sessions.
Designed with liquid cooling in mind, the Razer Tomahawk Elite is optimized to work with bespoke liquid cooler solutions like EK® Water Blocks that matches the chassis aesthetics and overall design.
Razer Co-Founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan says, “Razer has finally made a PC chassis that gamers and PC enthusiasts have been asking for. The years of experience we’ve acquired from developing high end laptops and peripherals have allowed us to engineer a PC chassis that meets the needs and demands of our users.”