The annual proliferation of CES gadgets and gadgets usually tries to predict what consumer technology in the living room will look like in the near future. But after a year like 2020, bendable TVs and surround sound systems don’t seem to be more interesting than the urgent category: technologies that help people get out during the pandemic.
This is why we are attracted by Razer Project Hazel, which is arguably the highest-end mask concept we have seen since COVID-19 began to sweep the world. The N95 mask concept was revealed in Razer’s CES series of gamer-centric products on Tuesday, and appeared alongside the company’s usual laptops and gaming peripherals.
There are 16.8 million colors on your face?Of course, why not
Razer’s sales staff claimed that this is not surprising at all, because the company repurposed at least one production line in 2020 to draw out more than one million disposable surgical-grade masks. Since then, someone from the company decided to go further and make a gaming mouse that looks like a fantpant, LED choking…fits your face. The Hazel project immediately enhanced the company’s affinity for customizable lighting grids, thanks to two apertures (supporting 16.8 million colors, because why not) surrounding the ventilation slots of the mask. If Razer finally lets gamers synchronize these gratings with nearby mice and keyboards, we won’t be shocked.
However, after mocking the aesthetic overkill, we generally agreed with the concept of Project Hazel. As advertised, the system will include an active ventilation system with a slot that can be placed in a charging box that can be filled with ultraviolet disinfectant. The silicone shield can seal the user’s cheeks and nose, while the voice modulation system and transparent plastic mask can keep you an extra distance to maintain the voice volume and visible mouth, which is definitely not found in the standard-release cloth masks s things. Razer further guarantees your visible face by providing inward facing lights as an option.
Currently, Razer is hiding behind the “concept” label. If there is no real-time demonstration to demonstrate the exact working principle, or there is no release date, price or battery life on a single charge, the Razer concept may indeed be an unrealizable steamer, or the price is too high at the time of release. In addition, there is also the problem of fan-driven noise and battery-driven heat. Both must be neatly distributed to ensure that the sales pace of the Hazel project can comfortably use the mask for a long time in public.
As an eye-opening mask, the Hazel Project is certainly not as big as the Narwall mask in terms of structure. Narwall masks are currently priced at $85 and lack an active ventilation system (or transparent panel), instead relying on masks similar to SCUBA. design. (At a glance, it looks like a great role-playing option, Snorkeling As of press time, due to the CDC guidelines, as part of our comprehensive mask buying guide, the best mask options we have found for transparent windows are difficult to recommend. Even if Razer’s prototype never appeared in a fully functional product, it is difficult to imagine that other members of the international science and technology community did not put forward more ideas on how to safely navigate the outside world, which is far before the COVID-19 vaccine becomes the society’s due conditions of. If Razer sends us any updates regarding the Hazel project becoming a retail product, we will promptly notify you.
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