At the Consumer Electronics Show last week, Razer, a maker of gaming-focused computer hardware, revealed Project Valerie, a powerful gaming laptop with three screens.
But a prototype of the device was stolen at the end of the show. Now, Razer is offering a $25,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to recovering the prototypes, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan announced on Monday.
Here's Tan's original announcement.
Here's what Project Valerie looks like. In case you were wondering, all three monitors are 4K.
Tan thanked Razer supporters for their support after the theft.
WATCH | Razer also unveiled Project Ariana at CES. It's a projector that expands whatever you're playing beyond your monitor or TV and onto your wall.
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