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Razer’s crazy 3-screen laptop just got lifted from its booth at CES

Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan isn't ruling out 'industrial espionage.'

 

Monica Riese

Tech

Published Jan 9, 2017   Updated May 25, 2021, 6:00 am CDT

Just a few days after its dramatic debut at CES, Razer’s three-screen laptop has gone missing from its booth.

Early Monday morning, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan announced on his Facebook page that he’s just learned of the disappearances of two of his company’s prototypes.

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According to Geek.com, one of the missing prototypes is codenamed Project Ariana—a 4K projector with a fisheye lens that claims to offer “total gaming immersion.” The other is Razer’s much-talked-about Project Valerie, a gaming laptop boasting three 4K screens that fold out from one (relatively) compact package.

Tan says his company is working with CES showrunners and local law enforcement to track down the missing equipment. He says they haven’t ruled out “industrial espionage,” and any and all tips are welcome at [email protected].

H/T Geek.com

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*First Published: Jan 9, 2017, 11:52 am CST