Razer wowed the world around this time last year when it demonstrated a concept called Project Hazel, which was a face mask with RGB lighting. While that product would eventually see the light of day in the form of the Razer Zephyr, the company has announced that it will be producing another RGB face mask, this time with voice amplification built in.
The Razer Zephyr Pro was announced as part of the company’s CES 2022 announcements. It looks similar to the non-pro variant, but the most significant difference is that the Razer Zephyr Pro will include voice amplification. In order to prevent your speech from sounding muffled while wearing the mask, Razer claims that it has developed patent-pending voice amplification technology.
With the promise of voice amplification, the announcement of the Razer Zephyr Pro is not a surprise at this point. When Razer first unveiled the Project Hazel concept at CES last year, it received a positive response. Despite the fact that Razer would eventually remove the feature.
According to the company, the Razer Zephyr Pro weighs the same as its predecessor and has a battery life of five to six hours on a single charge, which is comparable to that of the previous model.
Razer expects to release the Zephyr Pro at some point during this year. The Pro model will be available for $149.99, which is $50 more expensive than the non-pro version. Razer will also sell a starter pack for $199.99, which includes the Razer Zephyr Pro as well as 99 days’ worth of replaceable N95-grade filters that can be replaced.