The main appeal of a computer, regardless of its size, is that you only need to worry about two parts: the NUC and the graphics card.
Razer provides a version that comes with the Intel NUC Element only and sells for $ 2400, allowing users to add a graphics card they own, but it seems that this version is not available yet.
While the version available for sale now comes with the graphics chip GeForce RTX 3080 Founder Edition, which is difficult to obtain, which is sold separately at a price of $ 700.
Razer says the computer is shipped the next business day As for the NUC release only, it is still listed as unavailable, just like both editions when they became available for initial order in December.
And with a retractable design similar to Razer’s eGPU, accessing the Tomahawk’s internals is incredibly simple and easy.
And no tools are required and you won’t have to deal with the hinges, which makes this useful for people who like to upgrade and manipulate their systems.
The Tomahawk standard, miniature gaming computer uses Intel’s NUC Compute Element, the same card the chipmaker uses on its NUC compact desktop, powered by an eight-core Intel Core i9-9980HK processor.
And it looks like there’s only one version of Tomahawk so far, and it contains Intel Core i9-9980HK octa-core processor and512GB NVME SSD and 2.5 inch 2TB HDD And RAM capacity 16GB DDR4 SO-DIMM, Chroma RGB Lighting.
It is important to emphasize how small this case is and how much it contains features, as it includes support for Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, four USB-A ports, a 3.5mm optical output, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The heat produced by the treatment is cooled inside by two 120mm fans, and the cold air is drawn in from the side while the hot air is vented through the top.
At the bottom of the box there is a set of LED lights that shine using Razer Chroma RGB technology, with a program dedicated to dynamic interactions with the content displayed on the screen or a wide range of other options.