There’s little doubt you seen Razer’s relatively attention-grabbing triple-monitor laptop computer being shared throughout social media final week. Well, guess what? Two of the prototypes had been stolen at CES 2017 on Sunday.
According to a Facebook post from Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan (thanks, Gamespot), two of the prototypes often known as Project Valerie had been stolen from the agency’s sales space through the Las Vegas commerce present.
The firm is working with each regulation enforcement and present administration on the scenario, and Razer is providing a $25,000 reward for unique info resulting in the “identification, arrest and conviction of a criminal suspect.”
“Our teams worked months on end to conceptualize and develop these units and we pride ourselves in pushing the envelope to deliver the latest and greatest,” wrote Tan. “We deal with theft, larceny, and if related to this case, industrial espionage, very significantly.
“Penalties for such crimes are grievous and anybody who would do that clearly isn’t very good.”
Tan goes on to notes the Project Valerie items had been stolen from the Razer press room at roughly four pm PT on Sunday, January eight.
The publish goes on to notice stipulations relating to the reward, similar to general worth of data supplied, financial quantity provided ought to a number of informants come ahead, and different legalities.
Hit up the Facebook publish to search out out extra on the scenario.