CES is supposed to be a culmination of the best consumer products coming to the market, not a breeding ground for thieves.
Earlier today, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan broke the news on his Facebook account about two of his prototypes being stolen straight from their booths at the end of CES 2017. He didn’t specify which devices exactly were taken, but we can assume one of them was the triple-monitor Project Valerie concept.
Action is already being taken to find the culprit, but Razer’s head honcho believes envious rivals could be behind the situation. We wouldn’t be surprised either, as the gaming brand is well known for releasing products that feel years ahead of the competition in terms of innovation.
Sadly enough, Razer experienced this before. In 2011, two of the company’s laptop prototypes were stolen from one of their offices in San Francisco. The possibility of these two incidents stemming from the same cause is still unknown.