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Razer CEO Tweets Cybertruck Laptop Design, Wants Collaboration with Elon Musk

Razer CEO Tweets Cybertruck Laptop Design, Wants Collaboration with Elon Musk


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No one can stop talking about Cybertruck for the past few weeks and probably we won't stop until Elon Musk reveals his next vehicle; it's evident that he has the coolest cars and ideas in the world. Seems like the Singaporean entrepreneur Min-Liang Tan is one of the people who's carried away with the new Cybertruck.

SEE ALSO: WHY DOES CYBERTRUCK LOOK LIKE THE WAY IT DOES ACTUALLY?

On November 25, 2019, Min-Liang Tan tweeted mentioning Elon Musk on his Twitter account saying he needs a customized Cybertruck with his company Razer's logo on it.

[email protected] can I get a custom Cybertruck in @Razer colors? Also, what's going on with getting a @Tesla in Singapore! Am still waiting on it! Pic Credit: Mike G pic.twitter.com/6L5U9jfw1E

— Min-Liang Tan (@minliangtan) November 25, 2019

And he doesn't stop with the creative ideas he has on the new Cybertruck! It looks like he's so down for a partnership with Elon Musk and a merge of Cybertruck and Razer products. His latest tweet approved these unstoppable ideas.

[email protected] in case you're looking for a new laptop here's a concept @Razer Blade cross over (CyberBlade? :D) that would probably also run @CyberpunkGame when it's out pic.twitter.com/TDYeGSKBZK

— Min-Liang Tan (@minliangtan) December 4, 2019

Allegedly, he's after a new laptop "CyberBlade" at the moment. And the fans of both Razer and Cybertruck seem hyped about the idea.

— Jens McGin Herforth (@JensHerforth) December 4, 2019

Of course, we have yet to know if this partnership will happen anytime soon or it will stay as a fun idea. Let's wait and see.


Watch the video: Elon Musk on Tesla, SpaceX and Why He Left Silicon Valley. WSJ (July 2022).


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