PC gaming hardware company Razer has a track record of showing up to the Consumer Electronics Show with some of the most impressive (and unusual) concept devices.

In the 2014, the company unveiled Project Christine, a liquid-cooled gaming PC with a modular design. In 2013 the company introduced a high-end Windows gaming tablet. And last year the company showed up with a 2.8 pound gaming laptop with an external dock for a desktop-class graphics card.

Not all of those devices have been turned into real products you can buy (where are you Project Christine?) but Razer certainly knows how to turn heads.

So maybe it’s not a huge surprise that Razer’s CEO Min-Liang Tan says two of the company’s prototypes were stolen from the company’s booth at CES during the last day of the show.

While he doesn’t specify which prototypes, Razer unveiled two new concept devices at CES this year.

The first is a gaming laptop with three displays that’s code-named Project Valerie. The second is Project Ariana, a projector designed to extend your gaming experience beyond the borders of your primary display.

It seems likely that one or both of those products would be some of the missing prototypes, although it’s also possible that the company had some other pre-release devices on hand for private briefings.

via Engadget

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