Someone is trying to sell the stolen Razer triple-screen laptop prototypes

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    Last week at CES, Razer unveiled its most recent prototype, a three-screen laptop. As we discussed, this has become something of a CES tradition for the peripheral manufacturer, so we weren’t surprised to see the company showing off an unusual piece of kit. What was unusual was that someone walked off with both laptop prototypes at some point towards the end of the show. Razer has offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to the safe return of the laptops, but we haven’t seen any public announcements about a culprit since. Now, it seems that whoever walked off with the laptops is trying to unload them.

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    There is no possible way this could go wrong.

    Geek.com reports that the laptops have been listed on the Chinese website Taobao, where the thief is offering the laptops for the not-at-all crazy price of $21,733. It’s not clear what Razer can do from here — presumably Taobao has its own terms of service prohibiting the sale of stolen goods, and we doubt the e-commerce company wants any part of a comparatively high-profile theft. If you need a laptop with support for multiple displays, there are small portable displays designed to run over USB3 or that use existing standards like HDMI, VGA, or DisplayPort. These panels tend to be small and they don’t offer 4K (1366×768 or 1920×1080 are common resolutions),…



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