Last year, gaming hardware giant Razer unveiled a brand new product to their lineup — potentially the smallest gaming PC in the world.
The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop (picture above), is a cube packed with powerful hardware inside, making it a suitable choice for gamers who want a high-end gaming computer that doesn’t take up too much space..
At just 19.23 x 24.15 x 14.4 inches in size, the Razer Tomahawk packs inside the high-end Nvidia RTX 3080, along with the eight-core 9th generation Intel Core 19-9980HK processor.
It also comes with 16GB of DDR4 SO-DIMM RAM and a 512 GB NVME SSD + 2.5-inch 2TB hard disk drive.
With all that power packed inside, its not surprising the computer is going at a pretty high price tag of $3,199.99, and $2,399.99 without the GPU (graphic card).
Whether this product will take off in the market is still yet to be known, as Razer will have to target a segment of gamers who are more concerned about space optimization over performance or customizability.
The Razer Tomahawk is available for order starting from today, and those interested can obtain more information via Razer’s official website.