Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, information shared new prototypes that were stolen from the company ‘s booth at CES 2017 , technology event that took place last week in Las Vegas.
In a statement Facebook, Tan explained that the 2 stolen prototypes actually belong to the new company laptop, which is called Project Valerie and is characterized by integrated 3 screens . He also reported that the laptops were stolen around 4:00 PM Sunday.
For this reason, and with the intention to solve the case as soon as possible, Razer is offering a total reward of $ 25,000 USD to provide information to help capture and recovery of stolen prototypes. It should be clarified that the reward could be lower, depending on the quality of the information given.
Yesterday, through their social networks, Min-Liang Tan commented that “they take very seriously” such situations, adding that the case has dyes of industrial espionage. “The penalties for this type of crime are very great and anyone who has done it clearly is not very smart.”, Said the director.