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Razer's new Tomahawk Elite PC case has RGB underglow and gullwing-style doors

By James Lu - on 9 Jan 2019, 10:22am

Razer's new Tomahawk Elite PC case has RGB underglow and gullwing-style doors

Every year Razer uses CES to showcase its latest innovations and designs. This year, it's showing off its first ever in-house designed PC gaming cases, the Tomahawk and Tomahawk Elite.

The mid-tower cases offer Razer RGB Chroma underglow lighting, glass panels, removable dust filters, and are designed with liquid cooling in mind. The Elite version also features a set of hydraulic-powered gullwing-style doors that swing open vertically and allow access to both sides of the system's internals.

Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan said that "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."

Razer also announced a new entry in its Designed by Razer Case program co-developed with case manufacturer Lian Li. The Lian Li O11 Dynamic case will be "the first of its kind to feature Chroma lighting that is fully controllable through Razer Synapse 3." The chassis itself is an ATX offering that sees sharp lines and glass sides accented by strips of RGB lighting.

Razer's Lian Li O11 Dynamic case is slated to go on sale in the first quarter of 2019 with a manufacturer's suggested retail price of US$169.99. The Razer Tomahawk cases will be available between the second and third quarters of 2019, with Razer indicating that more information on pricing and availability will "be made available shortly."

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