News on August 7 Razer recently announced the new development of its conceptual mask project Project Hazel. The RGB mask is named Razer Zephyr. Users can now register as beta testers on Razer’s official website.
Razer did not officially disclose the price and specific release date of the mask, but from the latest publicity map, the mask has undergone some design changes, such as a more rounded shape and an additional ventilation grid at the bottom.
The Razer Zephyr uses a shiny plastic case, which is waterproof and scratch resistant, and has a replaceable N95 patch. At the same time, because of its transparent design, Razer Zephyr can allow others to view facial expressions and improve social interaction. And if the user wears a mask in the dark, the internal lighting will automatically activate.
In addition, Razer Zephyr is equipped with a removable and rechargeable active ventilator and a high bacterial filtration efficiency (BFE) smart cabin, as well as a microphone and amplifier to enhance the user’s voice.