Razer’s desktop is out and available at physical stores in the US and on Razer’s official website, though they cost $2,400. It may seem a lot for just a desktop PC regardless of the modular Kudos. The desktop comes with Intel’s NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element card, which contains a Core i9 processor, 16GB of DDR4 memory, and a 512GB SSD. There’s a 2TB HDD to back up the SSD for all your game storage.
If you were thinking of moving across from consoles to PCs as we all transition to calling the PS5 and Xbox Series X current-gen, not next-gen, Razer would like your business. The Tomahawk seems to be for both gamers and people who want to get started on building their own computers. Like any modular PC, it’s limited by how much you can add and by the currently powerful NUC 9 Extreme, which forms the center of this PC.