Yesterday, we've reported that Razer has had two of its prototypes stolen at CES. Today, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan has since given more details as to what has been stolen, and as expected, someone has somehow managed to steal two Project Valerie laptops.
According to the updated statement by Tan, it appears that the two Project Valerie laptops were stolen from the Razer press room at around 4 p.m. Las Vegas time on the 8th of January. No further details were provided as to how the thieves managed to sneak away with two laptops.
In an attempt to help facilitate the investigation of the theft, Tan has announced that Razer will be putting up a USD25,000 reward for anyone who has information that will lead to the "identification, arrest and conviction" of the person responsible for the theft. Here's to hoping that Razer is able to retrieve their stolen prototypes.