CES 2017: Razer three-screened laptops ‘stolen’
Two models a prototype portable gaming unusual for a computer with three screens have been stolen in the CES technology show in Las Vegas, according to industry scanner computers.
The concept device featuring three 4K screens and is said to be the first portable laptop of its kind.
The scanner computer may laptops disappeared from its stand of technology on Sunday.
CEO Min-Liang Tan said it was being taken in the incident “very seriously.”
A spokesman for the scanner and said it was offering $ 25,000 (£ 20,600) for any “original information that led to the identification and arrest and conviction” This is suspected of involvement in the crime.
“Our teams have worked months on end conceptualise and develop these units,” Tan said in a post on his official Facebook.
“It is a fraud, cheating does not sit well with us. Anyone can do this clearly is not very smart.”
A spokeswoman for the Association of consumer technology companies, which runs CES, the BBC reported two laptops computer as stolen.
“We express our regret,” she said. “Security of exhibitors, attendees and the products and materials are our highest priority.
“We use a wide variety of security measures in our offer to combat theft.
“For example, we expats delay on the show floor until an hour after the closing of the exhibition so that exhibitors have a chance to secure the product before dismantling their booths.”