Razer announced today the latest entry to the “Designed by Razer Case” program – The Lian Li O11 Dynamic. Additionally, it introduced two mid-tower PC gaming chassis developed in-house – The Razer Tomahawk and Razer Tomahawk Elite.

Lian Li O11 Dynamic

The new Lian li O11 Dynamic Designed by Razer Case will be the first of its kind to feature Chroma lighting that is fully controllable through Razer Synapse 3. The mid-tower ATX chassis retains all its signature features and includes the iconic Razer triple-headed snake logo on the front glass, which illuminates via reflections from light strips on the side. The product will be available in Q1 2019.


Razer Tomahawk

The Razer Tomahawk is Razer’s first PC gaming chassis that has been developed in-house in the form of a traditional mid-tower form factor. The chassis features a square, minimalist design, with a small-footprint that supports ATX motherboards without sacrificing features that a PC chassis of this size would normally do. The Razer Tomahawk is also powered by Razer Chroma lighting for 16.8 million colour capabilities and, with qualified components from Razer’s Chroma Connected devices program, users can maximise their lighting displays in and around their desktop chassis.


Razer Tomahawk ELITE

The flagship Razer Tomahawk Elite is an advanced PC gaming chassis that is engineered to accommodate high-end components, with tempered glass panels lining the sides and top of the case, and a matte black aluminium front panel. The side panels feature vertical wing opening doors that allow the user quick and easy access to the internals.

That wasn’t all Razer announced in CES, as the company also had some surprises hidden for gamers. The Tomahawk Line will be available in Q2-Q3 2019.

Razer HyperSense— Next-level Tactile Gaming Immersion

Razer have announced Razer HyperSense, an ecosystem of interconnected haptic-powered gaming devices designed to deliver a cohesive and high-fidelity haptics experience for superior gaming immersion.

Razer HyperSense takes advantage of each device’s position in a traditional PC gaming setup to provide powerful 360-degree tactile feedback and immersion that allows gamers to feel explosions on their right, enemies approaching from behind or an incoming attack from the front.

Razer Chroma— Now with Alexa Capabilities

Razer announced it is bringing Amazon Alexa to compatible Razer devices via Razer Synapse 3, an Internet-of-Things platform with millions of users and growing.

Razer also announced that the Razer Chroma Connected Devices Program announced last June at Computex 2018 is now officially live with 15 new partners. This means over 300 devices now work with Razer Chroma-enabled games and applications. This feature will be available in Q2 2019.

“Alexa, ask Chroma to change my lighting profile to FPS mode.”

“Alexa, sync all of my devices to my team colour.”

“Alexa, ask Chroma to start Overwatch.”

“Alexa, ask Razer Synapse to decrease my DPI to 200.”

“Alexa, ask Razer to change Audio settings to Movie mode.”The long-awaited Razer Turret for Xbox One is now available for sale in Australia for $249.99. It is the world’s first wireless keyboard and mouse combo designed for Xbox One.

A few of the games that support the Razer Turret are: Fortnite, PUBG, Minecraft, Day Z, Warframe, Warface, and more!

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