Razer Tomahawk

This DIY desktop PC is probably unlike one you’ve seen before, mainly because it’s smaller than the big, honking, build-your-own PCs available now. Razer’s new Tomahawk is modular, so you can pop parts into place—no tools required, so Razer says—with a powerful and very compact Intel computer and impressive graphics for gaming. It’s not meant to stress you out with too many wires or configurations if you don’t happen to be a PC gaming whiz. Razer also emphasizes its portability, its upgrade potential, and its diminutive size (comparatively speaking), but doesn’t yet mention a price or release date.
This DIY desktop PC is probably unlike one you’ve seen before, mainly because it’s smaller than the big, honking, build-your-own PCs available now. Razer’s new Tomahawk is modular, so you can pop parts into place—no tools required, so Razer says—with a powerful and very compact Intel computer and impressive graphics for gaming. It’s not meant to stress you out with too many wires or configurations if you don’t happen to be a PC gaming whiz. Razer also emphasizes its portability, its upgrade potential, and its diminutive size (comparatively speaking), but doesn’t yet mention a price or release date.

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