Razer introduces Tomahawk PC gaming chassis and Lian Li case

Gaming system and peripheral manufacturer Razer has taken to CES 2019 to unveil the all-new Lian Li O11 Dynamic PC case as well as two new mid-tower Tomahawk chassis.

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CES is the place where tech enthusiasts can get a feel for the future of the industry. Unsurprisingly, it's also the place where a lot of top manufacturers unveil their latest goods. Razer, the manufacturer well-known for its gamer-oriented line of PCs and peripherals, took to CES 2019 to show off a slew of new products, and PC gamers in particular will be curious to learn more about the company's latest Lian Li O11 case and set of Tomahawk chassis.

Created in conjunction with the Designed by Razer Case program, the new Lian Li O11 Dynamic case (seen above in article header) will be "the first of its kind to feature Chroma lighting that is fully controllable through Razer Synapse 3," according to a press release. The chassis itself is an ATX offering that sees sharp lines and glass sides accented by strips of RGB lighting, and should carry all the finer details and quality of workmanship that fans of the Razer brand have come to expect.

The new Razer Tomahawk and Tomahawk Elite PC chassis
The new Razer Tomahawk and Tomahawk Elite PC chassis

Razer has also introduced some new features to the Tomahawk line of PC cases. The company will be offering the RGB-enhanced Tomahawk case featured on the left side of the above image, but it will also soon start selling the Tomahawk Elite chassis, which can be seen to the right. The case notably features a set of gullwing-style doors that swing open vertically and allow access to both sides of the system's internals.

Speaking in a press release, Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan said that "Razer has finally made a PC chassis that gamers and PC enthusiasts have been asking for. The years of experience we've acquired from developing high end laptops and peripherals have allowed us to engineer a PC chassis that meets the needs and demands of our users."

Razer's Lian Li O11 Dynamic Designed by Razer chassis is slated to go on sale in the first quarter of 2019 with a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $169.99. The Razer Tomahawk cases will be available between the second and third quarters of 2019, with Razer indicating that more information on pricing and availability will "be made available shortly." Be sure to keep on top of more hot tech reveals from this year's CES presentation by heading over to Shacknews' CES 2019 home page.

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