Somebody Stole Razer’s Triple-Screen Laptop Project Valerie and Project Ariana
Razer‘s CEO Min-Liang Tan has went on Facebook to let everybody know that the company’s two ‘stars’ from CES 2017, the triple-screened laptop equivalent to Cerberus Project Valerie and Chroma lighting smart projector Project Ariana have been stolen from the Razer CES booth.
Here’s the actual post from CEO Tan:
Tan didn’t bother to actually breakdown what other items were stolen from the Razer booth at CES 2017 but confirms that the company is definitely looking at this situation as a serious case of industrial espionage. To that extent, a spokesperson from Razer has let everybody know that the company is willing to offer $25,000 for any information that can help identify, arrest and convict the individuals involved in the theft.
Although Tan didn’t reveal exactly what combinations of devices were stolen, he claimed that his company was treating the case as industrial espionage.
A spokesperson said that Razer is offering US $25,000 for any original information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of those allegedly involve in the crime.