Razer’s Project Hazel face mask is now called Zephyr, and you can sign up for its beta

First announced early this year during CES 2021, Razer’s Project Hazel is a smart mask with built-in microphone and amplifier as well as RGB lighting and an active air filtration system.

Good news, as Project Hazel is becoming a reality. It has been officially named Zephyr. Razer said the Zephyr is designed to be safe, social and sustainable.

The Razer Zephyr smart mask looks really cool. (Photo: Razer)

Razer Zephyr features a 99 per cent bacterial filtration efficiency, a secure silicon face seal and anti-fog coating. And from the looks of its press images, it will retain its built-in RGB lighting.

However, the straps seem to have been changed from over-the-ear type to those that wrap around-the-head. This is no doubt for extra comfort. But there is no word on its pricing and availability.

You might be able to test out the Razer Zephyr before its launch. (Photo: Razer)

And if you are interested in Zephyr, you can sign up for its community beta test here and hope you get chosen to try it before its launch.

Trevor Tan

Started out with dreams to become a street photographer, Trevor Tan somehow became a tech journalist with over 16 years of consumer tech experience. Maybe he plays too much video games and buys too many new gadgets.
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