If you don’t know already, Razer’s Triple-Display Project Valerie laptops were stolen from their booth at CES 2017 earlier this month. Shortly after this event, Razer’s CEO announced that anyone who helps in catching the thieves of Project Valerie laptops will be rewarded with up to $25,000. However, it looks like finally got a lead, because the laptop got spotted on a Chinese website.
Razer’s Stolen Project Valerie Laptops Spotted on a Chinese Website
As you can see in the picture above, a Razer Project Valerie laptop is for sale on a Chinese website called “Taobao” for 150,000 Chinese Yuan. This translates to about $21,740 USD. It seems like the whoever stole the laptops from CES 2017 took it to China. Razer probably will track down the seller of the laptop and end this fiasco.
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