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RazerCon 2020 | Razer finally releases the Tomahawk ITX mini-PC case

The mini ITX Razer Tomahawk. (Source: Razer)
The mini ITX Razer Tomahawk. (Source: Razer)
Razer wowed the tech world when it showed the Tomahawk PC case off at CES 2020. It is made of all-tempered-glass panels and SPCC steel reinforcements, and also boasts inbuilt cable management. The OEM has finally launched the mini-ITX variant of this case, alongside new accessories that include a new gaming chair, audio equipment and Sneki Snek in plushie form.

The first-ever RazerCon has unveiled a range of new products from its host. They include a mini-ITX version of its long-awaited Tomahawk PC case, which can now be pre-ordered for US$179.99 and will ship from November 2020. It is now joined on the OEM's website by the new Iskur gaming chair.

This new accessory has potentially crucial lumbar support (contained in a prominently cushioned snake-print area) and also has arm-rests that can be adjusted in all orientations and axes. It costs $499, whereas the new Seiren Mini USB microphone is $49.99. This compact streaming device has a "heavy-duty" tilting stand, an inbuilt shockmount and "professional-grade" audio quality.

Some users might be inclined to pair it with the new $99.99 BT Kitty Edition of the Kraken headset. It has dual internal beamforming mics, 40mm drivers, Razer Chroma lighting integration out of the box and (of course) only comes in the OEM's Quartz colorway. 

However, if Razer was looking to fulfil an adorable-points goal, it may have done far better with the new Sneki Snek plushie. The new gaming mascot's first-ever 3D manifestation comes with a pledge to plant 10 new trees with the group Conservation International for every purchase. It is also available on Razer's website from now and goes for $29.99.

More new RazerCon 2020 launches. (Source: Razer)
More new RazerCon 2020 launches. (Source: Razer)


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-10-11 (Update: 2020-10-12)