Two Razer prototypes stolen at CES closing

CES has ended with bad news for the Razer company, apparently and according to the CEO of the firm himself, they have suffered a robbery when the fair was in its last day. Apparently these are two prototypes presented at the Las Vegas event and there is talk that one of them may be the gaming laptop (Project Valerie) that They have the particularity of having three screens with 4K resolution each, But it is not clear whether the stolen devices are two computers or it is another type of prototype of the firm; what is known is that two Razer prototypes have disappeared during the closing of CES.

It is clear that it is a robbery as the CEO explains. Min-Liang Tan on his Facebook profile and at the moment they have no news on who or who have been the possible implicated in the robbery. At the moment we are working with the organization of the event in obtaining all kinds of evidence to find the "friends of others" and the safest thing is that we will soon have news about it.

Another fact to take into account is that it is not the first time that the firm Razer has been robbed, last year 2011 they also suffered a theft of two prototypes in this case of the Blade and in the San Francisco facilities. Now it remains to be seen if these prototypes stolen from CES appear or it is possible to clarify what happened since It could also be industrial espionage. In principle, if the stolen prototype was Project Valerie, little use can be made of the equipment since it was just that, a prototype.

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