Available as the Tomahawk A1 in ATX and M1 in the Mini-ITX format, Razer’s new PC cases aim to make customization a breeze. The full-sized A1 ($199) sports a standard ATX layout with a large main compartment for the motherboard, up to 384 mm long GPU, and cooling hardware is housed, while the power supply as well as three hard drives are concealed to keep everything neat. In the back, you’ll find cable-management covers and the coolest feature, dual-sided glass swivel doors that open with a push-pin mechanism. Read more for a video and additional information.
Both models feature RGB Chroma lighting and front panels that utilize pins to transmit power to the LED-lit logo. Now the Mini-ITX Tomahawk M1 ($179) is just a miniature version of the A1, with the same front panel design, front IO, but with magnetically-sealing suicide doors instead. Open up the doors, and you’ll discover an ITX system that supports GPUs up to 320 mm in length and multiple 2.5-inch SSDs, all powered by an SFX power supply.
- Case Type Tower Chassis
- Structure Dual chamber
- Dimensions (W)274mm x(H)449mm x(D)446mm
- I/O Ports USB3.0 x2 , HD Audio USB3.1 Type-C x1 , HD Audio
- Material (Front/Side)Tempered Glass+Aluminum (Body)0.8mm SECC