Of course, it needs to be clear that the Hazel Project is only a conceptual project, and if it exists, it is extremely unlikely to be listed in its current form. In other words, in addition to the tacky sci-fi aesthetics, it is good to see that the company is thinking about ways to deal with some common complaints about masks, because they have become an important part of daily life.
Another Razer concept this year is Project Brooklyn, which is a multifunctional immersive gaming chair. The idea is an ergonomic chair with built-in tactile feedback and a retractable wrap-around curved screen. The visual effect will be provided by a 60-inch rollable OLED display that can be retracted and folded onto the chair when not in use. Likewise, the armrest is adjusted and retracted as needed, depending on whether you are playing games on a PC with a mouse and keyboard or a console with a controller. Again, this is just a conceptual product, at least in its current form, and may never exist as a real product.
As for real products, new versions of Blade 15 and 17 gaming laptops were also shown at CES Razer, the most famous of which is equipped with a new 1440p screen option.
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