CES show-stealing Razer reports theft of laptop prototypes

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Razer, a video game technology company, stole the show at CES this year with three-screen, portable laptop and color projector that drew rave reviews and awards. Now someone has stolen two Razer laptops from its CES booth. ...... ▶ Full story on wn.com
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