Despite the fact that the company has dropped some high-end features, the RGB lit filters are still available.

A solution to the question on everyone’s mind – how will technology handle our covid-infested world – has been provided by Razer in CES 2021, the first-ever virtual avatar of the biggest tech event to kickstart 2021. 2021 promises to be the year of solutions, with vaccines being rolled out at breakneck speed, while we all know that face masks aren’t going anywhere anytime soon (or ever). Razer, the world’s leading lifestyle accessories brand for gamers, has taken a step into the face mask market with the Project Hazel, which has now been rebranded as the Zephyr face mask.

The face mask concept featured a glossy, waterproof, and scratch-resistant shell that was transparent by design to allow for lip reading, and it was made entirely of recycled plastic.  The two circular ‘Active Ventilation’ discs that sit on the sides of your mouth and hold the reusable N95 filters, which have a 95 percent filtration efficiency, are the main attraction.

Considering that every Instagram-worthy gaming setup is in sync with one another, why shouldn’t your mask be a part of the new normal as well? Aside from that, if this is a feature that will assist people in keeping their masks ‘on’ no matter where they are, we are all for it. The rings can be customized to glow in the color of your choice, and the LEDs will automatically detect and illuminate your face in low light conditions to ensure that you can always be seen talking while wearing them. Whether or not this feature is useful will be determined only after we have used it.

“The Razer Zephyr is not a medical device, respirator, surgical mask, or personal protective equipment (PPE), and it is not intended for use in medical or clinical settings,” according to the manufacturer. ” It has not been specifically tested against the COVID-19 virus, but it provides the same functionality and adequate protection as before due to its BFE rating of 99 percent.” Razer has decided to forego the previously promised UV charging case as well as the voice amplification module in order to save money.


Speaking of specifications, the mask is now available for purchase on Razer’s website, and it comes with three pairs of filters that have been tested to last approximately three days each for a full day’s use. If you want to go the extra mile, you can purchase a pack of ten replacement filters for $30. For $150, you can get a starter kit that includes the mask as well as 33 sets of filters — enough for roughly three months.  The mask weighs 209 grams (7 ounces), and it can run for approximately 8 hours on low speed with the dual-speed fans.

A beard is not allowed on the mask because it is currently designed for the general public with no size variations or allowances. Razer was one of the few companies in the world that had converted their manufacturing facilities to produce surgical masks, and the company wanted to pledge and donate up to a million surgical masks to the cause. Razer recommends that you do not wipe the surface of the mask, which is included with the mask at the moment. Given all of this, the mask appears to be more of an adornment than a medical device, but we’ll reserve final judgment until we see more reviews.

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