Razer smart RGB masks will ship within a year
In a few months, you can buy it Work Hazel Hazel – The highest RGB-powered mask lights up the company revealed at CES in January. The company has it revealed at its E3 2021 demonstration that the mask will begin shipping early in the fourth quarter of this year, which means you can get it in your hands in October. Razer will be selling the mask in groups, however, everyone has a few that can be purchased.
The company has also provided us with changes in graphic design since the beginning of last year. It will still have a flexible N95 filter and a clear view cover, but in addition to the flexible straps, it will have a silicon edge to be able to form a permanent seal on your mouth and nose. The mask will have protective coatings and internal lighting combined with external RGB lights, to make your face look even in the dark.
The Hazel project was a creative tool that designers exhibited at CES until it announced in March that it would make this possible. Although the COVID-19 vaccine is now available, and one could say that Razer is too late, CEO Min-Liang Tan explained that the company thinks people may still want to hide even the vaccine as a supplement. In addition, some countries will not be able to vaccinate their people in the next few years, which means that travelers must continue to use masks to protect themselves.
Unfortunately, Razer did not disclose the amount of Project Hazel mask that could damage you and whether it would ship the device worldwide. It released Instagram filters that can give you a way to see what you would look like with it, even if you just wanted to see it first. You can too Enter on the official marketing page to receive the information as it descends.
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