Remember that whole “PC Gaming is not dead” ad campaign Razer launched leading up to PAX back in August? The company kept us guessing about just what the hell they were talking about for a couple of days, then pulled back the curtain and revealed… the Razer Blade gaming laptop. Unfortunately, some sticky-fingered gamer couldn’t wait the month or two to pick up the notebook for himself; Razer reports that a thief has stolen two Razer Blade R&D prototypes from the company’s San Francisco lab.
More often than not you would find that people who have just had their laptop stolen appear more concerned about the precious data that went with it than the machine itself.
If you have ever consoled someone mourning the loss of their laptop and the data it housed, or have yourself been consoled by someone, you would know that the sympathetic monologue at some point veers into a sermon on the advantages of backing up data and deploying anti-theft measures.
"I am very happy. This story makes me feel hope for humanity,” the unnamed professor told a Swedish newspaper. "It is my life. I have documented everything in it that has happened in the last 10 years and beyond."