Home > Industry > Coronavirus > Razer Face Mask Open For Beta Testing

Razer Face Mask Open For Beta Testing

Razer is seeking beta testers for its RGB face mask, which has officially been christened the “Razer Zephyr”.

Formerly known as Project Hazel, the Razer Zephyr is the gaming hardware giant’s new wearable air purifier concept.

Featuring N95 respirators with active ventilation, and automatic UV sterilisation via the charging case, the Zephyr is billed as “the world’s smartest mask”. It has a transparent design with interior lights for dark conditions, allowing others to see the wearer speak, as well as a built-in microphone and amplifier to reduce muffling – and, as can be expected on a Razer product, customisable RGB lighting.

“Backed by smart technology, innovation, and community feedback, it’s designed to be safe, social and sustainable,” the company says.

Though first exhibited as a concept at CES, the Zephyr is now slated for an actual physical release in the fourth quarter of this year, though as yet there are no details on its pricing or availability. A community beta is now open through Razer’s website, though the manufacturer has not said when testers will receive their masks.

You may also like
Billionaire Solomon Lew demands vaccine checks at shopping centres
Big CE Retailers Spending Millions Buying Up Stock Small Retailers Struggle
Seven-Week Retail Delay To Cost Victoria $6 Billion
Retails Need Clarity On Vaccine Passports Before Reopening
COVID Jabs Now Available At Big W Stores, No Discounts