The desktops for gaming are usually too big and look as if they are full sized beasts or at times, they look like they are miniaturized boxes which do not have impressive power.
Razer usually makes laptops that are eye-catching so it was not surprising to look at the Razer Tomahawk which is a little box and had been unveiled at the CES 2020. However, it was surprising that it turned out to be a complete gaming desktop. On the basis of shape and size it was looking like an eGPU box which was large enough for the power supply and graphics card for hooking up to the underpowered desktop.
It turned out to be a desktop that was meant for full gaming with a Nvidia RTX and Intel Core CPU and a 2080 graphics card. Upon pulling the internal tray out form the back of this system through a handle, the tray had offered only enough room for the Desktop GPU which is a power supply and an Intel-specific unit for the containing of a Core i9 CPU and the RAM of the system being till 64GB and the SSD storage.
The intel piece had bene part of the Next Unit of the company of computing platform which is known as the NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element and thus far it is the only brain that Tomahawk has been compatible with however if the user is still being able to get the systems in the two multiple forms.
It is also going to be available as PC which is fully built and is known as the Razer Tomahawk desktop for gaming. Just as a standalone chassis for building it is going to be known as the Tomahawk N1.