Peripherals maker Razer has undoubtedly given the community some nice hardware to play games with over the years. For those using said hardware, here’s the chance to help the company which helped you hone your skills.
Earlier this month, on November 4th, two Razer Blade prototypes were stolen from the company’s Bay area Research & Development lab. The Razer Blade was unveiled earlier this year, labeled to be a “true gaming laptop.” As such, it’s understandable the creators don’t want prototypes of it taken away from them without their approval, which is why Razer co-founder Min-Liang Tan has taken on Facebook to gather any information anyone may have about the theft.
“As you can imagine, the return of these prototype units is very important to the company,” reads the plea for help. “We have already reported this to the authorities who are working closely with us on this matter.”
Added, “we take this act of theft seriously and would like to appeal for its return and discourage anyone from buying the Razer Blade prototypes from the perpetrators, whether online or otherwise, as they are stolen property.”