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Razer issues bounty after three-screen laptop prototypes stolen from CES

Posted: 12 Jan 2017, 21:07
by Mugsy
Shame on the bastards who stole this sweet piece of tech...

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http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/technol ... tpw2g.html

Re: Razer issues bounty after three-screen laptop prototypes stolen from CES

Posted: 13 Jan 2017, 13:05
by NotThatDoug
I guess it shows how portable it is...

Re: Razer issues bounty after three-screen laptop prototypes stolen from CES

Posted: 13 Jan 2017, 14:55
by kharis
i love how it doesn't even fold up, so somebody has walked out with that thing the way it is, go security

Re: Razer issues bounty after three-screen laptop prototypes stolen from CES

Posted: 13 Jan 2017, 15:07
by NotThatDoug
You'd think they'd have whacked a couple of these on the laptops

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Re: Razer issues bounty after three-screen laptop prototypes stolen from CES

Posted: 13 Jan 2017, 22:09
by Mythor
NotThatDoug wrote:You'd think they'd have whacked a couple of these on the laptops
They might've, but they let Linus Sebastian goof off pretending to steal it, so even if they did have it locked down at one point it was set free.

Certainly a cool concept machine, but you'd have to keep it for your own use, wouldn't you? Trying to sell it might be problematic.

Re: Razer issues bounty after three-screen laptop prototypes stolen from CES

Posted: 14 Jan 2017, 11:01
by NotThatDoug
I saw the horrible Photoshop PC master race did of Linus taking the thing but I didn't know they actually let him pick it up

Re: Razer issues bounty after three-screen laptop prototypes stolen from CES

Posted: 14 Jan 2017, 16:02
by Mythor
NotThatDoug wrote:I saw the horrible Photoshop PC master race did of Linus taking the thing but I didn't know they actually let him pick it up
Oh, that's what I saw too. I only saw a thumbnail of it, didn't realise it was super fake. :D

On the WAN Show today Linus and Luke ran through a bunch of security measures they've seen used at CES, like the Kensington locks, security dots and so on. Apparently Razer had none of that on them and the back room was left unlocked for about the last half hour of the show.