Last week at CES 2019 from Las Vegas, Razer announced the latest addition to the Designed by Razer Case program – The Lian Li O11 Dynamic. In addition, Razer also unveiled two new mid-tower PC gaming chassis – The Razer Tomahawk and the Razer Tomahawk Elite. Both of which were developed in-house by Razer’s award-winning design and engineering team.
Designed By Razer Case Program
The Designed by Razer Case Program is an initiative launched in 2014 that provides an avenue for third-party production and sale of Razer-designed and branded PC cases which include the critically acclaimed Antec Cube, NZXT H440 and the NZXT S340.
The new Lian Li O11 Dynamic comes from a collaboration between Razer and one of the world’s biggest PC case makers, Lian Li. Besides the signature features of the Lian Li O11 like the mid-tower ATX chassis, this collaborative effort chassis is the first to feature Chroma lighting which can be fully controlled through Razer Synapse 3. To complete the package is, of course, the iconic Razer logo on the front panel.
Razer Tomahawk and Razer Tomahawk Elite
The Razer Tomahawk is Razer’s first in-house developed PC gaming chassis. With a mid-tower form factor, this PC chassis supports ATX motherboards without sacrificing features typically not found in a chassis of this size. The Razer Tomahawk is also powered by Razer Chroma lighting for 16.8 million colour capabilities.
The flagship Razer Tomahawk Elite is Razer’s advanced PC gaming chassis, designed to accommodate high-end components. It features vertical wing opening doors for easy internal access as well as optimal design for ventilation and liquid cooling.
The Lian Li O11 Dynamic Designed by Razer has an MSRP of $169.99 and will be available via major retailers worldwide starting Q1 2019.
The Razer Tomahawk line of gaming chassis will be available between Q2 and Q3 of 2019 with pricing to be made available shortly.