Razer CEO reveals the story behind the names of concept projects
If you’ve been following Razer for the past years, then you’re familiar with the company’s concept projects and all of them are named after a person. As it turns out, there’s a story behind it that Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan has recently revealed to his fans.
Backtracking on Razer’s Projects, we have the Fiona gaming tablet in 2012, the Christine modular PC in 2014, then recently at CES 2017, the Ariana multi-monitor gaming notebook and Valerie video projection system. It’s not all the time you hear a tech product being named after a person and here’s the reason why Razer does it:
And there you have it. The next time Razer reveals another project, it will be cool to know that it’s actually named after someone special.