The Razer's take on the active filtration mask. Razer This story is part of CES , where our editors will bring you the latest news and the hottest gadgetsds of the fully virtual CES 2021.
Gaming lifestyle company Razer may seem strange for coronavirus -driven face shield protection, but based on his Project Hazel concept design for a N95 - class face mask, it brings some notable ideas for adding digital intelligence to the table. Watch this: Razer's CES 2021 concept piece is a smart mask and ... 4:58
For exemple, it has active ventilation and self-sterilization, with a separate case that can wirelessly charge it and has UV sterilizer. It uses replaceable filters and rechargeable fans on the pods, which is intended to make it a durable solution.
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The little extra of Razer adds light. It's not just for the pretty ones: the LED's on the pods indicate the charging status, and there are also internal LEDs to make your mouth visible in low light. And the pods have built-in audio processing algorithms to make your voice much clearer and more natural.
Project Hazel has a sterilization case that also charges wireless pods. Razer
The mask has silicone on the edges for an airtight seal and adjustable ear loops, and you can adjust the amount of airflow for comfort and protection Plus, it's available in multiple sizes. And it's transparent so people can see your mouth moving.
Razer isn't the first to reinvent the high-tech face shield - there is a link this and ce and this , for example - and it will not be the last. But Razer brings its particular aesthetic to the drawing board.
Will this ever become a reality? Who knows. And even if it does, it probably wouldn't be affordable for the people who need it the most. Still, Razer's heart (and brain) seems to be in the right place.
Internal LEDs make your mouth is visible in low light conditions. Razer
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