Razer reveals Project Hazel smart mask

Ruben Fields
January 15, 2021

Dubbed "Project Hazel", the face mask has a fair bit of ingenuity that lets it do the fundamental job of a mask quite well. Adjustable ear loops and a silicone lining make for a snug and custom fit.

"Razer acknowledges the uncertainty in the road ahead, and so it was our duty to help protect our community members and prepare them from invisible threats".

The Project Hazel face masks come with an N95-certified respirator. What makes it even more entertaining is the fact that a lot of gullible folks still fall for it.

Razer also announced Project Brooklyn, a state-of-the-art gaming chair that features a carbon fiber design, RGB lighting, and a 60-inch rollout display. And to top it off, of course, it features Razer Chroma RGB lighting. Not only do the detachable and rechargeable active ventilators offer N95 medical-grade protection, but they also regulate airflow for optimal breathability.

Thanks to its transparent design, Project Hazel allows others to view facial cues, improving social interactions, according to Razer.

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If you're unfamiliar with gaming cockpits, they often act as all-in-one gaming chairs with a built-in desk at your fingertips, suspended monitors for ultimate immersion, and sometimes additions like footrests and cup holders.

And the carbon body 'esnure ideal posture throughout gaming marathons'.

With all those features, it's unbelievable Razer isn't selling this immediately (ignoring how expensive a mask like this probably is) but it still has some problems that need to be ironed out. The display extends out from the back of the chair and rolls open into a 60-inch surround display. It lets you switch between console gaming to PC gaming with a mouse and keyboard easily. There are separate panels in each armrest allowing for different keyboard and mouse ergonomics and each half folds away when not in use.

The company notes that existing all-in-one chairs like this tend to be enormous with astronomical price tags, indicating that Razer wants to keep the price down on this should it ever come to the market.

For people who have been largely stuck at home for the better part of the year and are yearning for some more engaging entertainment, Razer's Project Brooklyn is basically an attempt to transform a typical gaming chair into a full-on futuristic battle station. Project Brooklyn uses Razer Hypersense technology to provide near-zero latency.

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