Razer's Blade laptop is the peripheral maker's upcoming first entry into the gaming device space, a $2,800 beast of a portable PC with more than enough power to play any new game you might want to sit down with. Unfortunately for Razer, a pair of prototype units were stolen from its R&D offices earlier this month.
The company came forward with the news earlier this week in the hopes of getting its fan community to help track down the missing units and the test data they carry. Police are investigating as well, of course, but there aren't yet any suspects. Razer told Kotaku that the theft shouldn't impact the Blade release plans at all; assuming that's true, you can expect to see the laptop arrive sometime before the end of this year.