Aired On: Latest In Tech News, 05-03-2019
Razor the company behind the impressive razor blade laptops by the way, how many you guys have one of them raise your hand. If you do, I’m I’m raising my hand for an example. I wish I did. I look at them and I drool like compared to Alienware ooh, really hard toss-up as to what laptop I want, but they’re making a toaster, though this may not be the first time. You’Ve heard this news this time.
It appears to be happening for real. It may have started as a joke, but razor has been backed into a corner by fans pleading for a razor branded toaster. Now the company’s CEO has announced that it will begin working on a razor toaster according to seeing it. The razor toaster joke had been going on for years, starting back in 2013.
It was furthered along by a Facebook group, fervently requesting that razor actually come out with the product and in 2016 razor added fuel to the fire, with its project breadwinner April Fool’s Day, prank, which showed off a very razor esque design, Razer logo, emblazoned slices of toast And LED lighting, of course, so after initial joke, which was a tweet at tan, about making a razor toaster Araiza fan named Mark Withers created a Facebook page and applied pressure to tan about the prospect of the toaster tan relented and said the company would make the Toaster, if withers the Facebook page creator could get 1 million likes on the Facebook page.
The page has yet to hit a million likes, but has four surpassed 40,000 and saw 12 fans branching tattoos for the poster so 10 officially liked the page himself and had this to say on Facebook. Alright, I didn’t think these guys were going to make it, but they did. It was to hit 1 million likes and with each razor tattoo toaster being equivalent to 100k likes each while they now have 12 razor tell us their tattoos.
Well, what can I say? I’ve just officially like their page and I’m going to put together my team of designers and engineers. It will take a few years but I’ll be sure to share the progress and make it a community affair, and then he ends it with a razor toaster for razor toaster lovers by razor toaster lovers. So maybe the company isn’t kidding this time around next question. What about razor household?
Well, that’s another Facebook group dedicated to even more razor branded household appliances. So far. The CEO has this to say guys. I don’t know what you guys are up to, but this isn’t going to happen ever and he left a period on the end of that statement. So I think that’s a sentence tone. There were no extra periods afterwards,