According to the latest information, the Razer Tomahawk NUC host is coming soon with the powerful i9-9980HK processor that can be installed with an independent display.
The Razer Tomahawk NUC desktop was first released at CES in January this year and finally ushered in the listing after a year. Taobao page shows that Razer Tomahawk NUC will be listed on January 12, equipped with an i9-9980HK processor, can be installed with a standalone display.
Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop has the characteristics of ultra-compact, high-performance, and modular. The CPU part is the same module as Intel’s “Ghost Canyon” NUC, and it is equipped with up to an i9-9980HK 8-core processor. Compared with Intel “Ghost Canyon” NUC, the Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop has more internal space, supports full-size graphics cards, and can be equipped with NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 3080.
In terms of design, the Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop adopts a tool-free slide rail system, which slides out of the main body simply by pulling down the handle. No tools are needed, saving time, and easy to operate to replace key components, system upgrades, and maintenance. Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop supports CHROMA Razer RGB technology, with about 16.8 million colors and lighting effects.