An Australian child was given a new Razer keyboard and additional gaming accessories after a burglar stole a keyboard that was meant to be his Christmas present, Channel News Asia reports.
After conference about a theft, Razer CEO Tan Min-Liang reached out to a family on amicable media observant that he wished to reinstate Callum’s keyboard.
Anyone in Australia can get me in hold with a author of a essay or a family? I’d like to make certain a Callum gets his @Razer keyboard for Christmas. Kids’ Christmas presents stolen https://t.co/mc6OW6S9ux
— Min-Liang Tan (@minliangtan) December 23, 2017
In further to a keyboard, a burglar stole a set of tools, a credit card, and several gifts meant for Callum’s sister. In an interview, a children’s mother, Adela Courteille, voiced difficulty as to since a burglar would worry holding dolls.
“I can know collection and a credit label though what is a burglar going to do with a Barbie doll, a tiny play purse and other collection for a daughter Chelsea,” Courteille told a Daily Telegraph.
“The presents for a son Callum will be harder and some-more costly to reinstate since they were some-more specific, like a Razer gaming keyboard,” she added.
It’s during this indicate that Razer stepped in to reinstate Callum’s stolen presents. In further to a keyboard, Razer supposing him with several other accessories such as a rodent and headset.
I’m blissful to contend Team Razer AU got him his keyboard……and an whole gaming suite, all in time for Christmas!
Have a Razer Christmas one and all! pic.twitter.com/oQELZ4lFeY
— Min-Liang Tan (@minliangtan) December 24, 2017
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