CES 2017 - Razer's super awesome Project Valerie laptops were stolen during CES 2017 last week, and now they're popped up online - and in mainland China, where you can buy them for a cool $21,733.
The triple-screen prototype gaming laptop was stolen during the show, with Razer founder and cool guy Min-Liang Tan getting angry that someone had stolen what his staff around the world had worked for months on. They were stolen, and are now on sale on Taobao for 150000 Yuan, which converts to around $21,700. It's expensive, and I'm sure if you were to buy it, it would be a scam - but Razer should now be able to track the people who stolen the Project Valerie laptops.
Last updated: Sep 1, 2017 at 06:06 am CDT
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