During RazerCon 2020, Razer introduced a new set of desktop gaming PC cases in the form of the Tomahawk ATX and Mini-ITX.
If you’ve been looking for a sleek new case to do your next PC build, RazerCon 2020 had a little something for you today. The Razer Tomahawk desktop PC cases have been around for a bit already, but today’s presentation revealed a new set of Tomahawk cases with all-new RGB accents and organized internals to make your PC builds sleek and stylish: The Tomahawk ATX and Mini-ITX.
The Razer Tomahawk ATX and Mini-ITX gaming chassis were announced during the RazerCon 2020 keynote on October 10, 2020. Building off of the original Tomahawk design, the Tomahawk ATX is a new RGB-accented gaming chassis featuring a full-scale high-end PC build space to easily pack in all of the tech you need. Both sides of the ATX frame feature tempered
RazerCon 2020 is a day-long show featuring new looks at games, product reveals, and live heavy metal concerts. Viewers can expect to get new looks at Torchlight III and Empire of Sin, and if you’re a metal fan, you’ll be happy to hear that DragonForce and Sabaton will close out the show with live performances. On top of all that, GameSpot is serving as RazerCon 2020’s official media partner, and so we have a number of products to reveal alongside the event.
Razer is taking steps into some new territory with its very first gaming chair and PC gaming case. The other new products will be more familiar to fans of Razer’s accessories, including a pair of Bluetooth headphones that boast a 50-hour battery life and kitty ears as well as a plug-and-play microphone that will work great for streamers.
The day-long RazerCon 2020 livestream is live now, and you
Razer has announced its own conference called RazerCon 2020. Hosted by Razer’s CEO Min-Liang Tan, the new all-digital event will show you the company’s latest hardware, unseen footage from upcoming games, contests, and include the presence of multiple gaming celebrities and virtual concerts.
RazerCon 2020 will be a “global mixed reality keynote” with Singapore on its background. Min-Liang Tan will start by showcasing some of what Razer has been working on through an immersive experience “which incorporates augmented real-time effects, along with live-composited visuals”. Razer’s upcoming conference will be the first RGB lighting-reactive live stream, where your Razer Chroma RGB gear can be synchronized with the stream to present you with unique RGB lighting show.
The first-ever RazerCon will be streamed on Razer’s Facebook account and on Razer’s Twitch and YouTube channels. During RazerCon, partners such as Western Digital will show some of their upcoming products, but there are also