Razer announced today that its lit-like-a-gaming-PC N95 masks has a brand new identify and a beta program arrange forward of the planned fourth quarter launch. The futuristic-looking Project Hazel has been christened the Razer Zephyr, and you may signal as much as be a beta tester right now on Razer’s site.
Razer has not supplied any further info on the timing of the Zephyr’s launch or when beta testers can anticipate to obtain their masks. Primarily based on the video Razer shared alongside its announcement, beta testers may get a distinct masks design from what’s been shared up till this level.
The Zephyr appears a tad wider and rounder than Razer’s unique Mission Hazel, and there’s a grille on the backside of the masks that’s much more seen than earlier photographs and images have proven. It is perhaps for extra air flow or to help in voice amplification, but it surely positively wasn’t featured in Razer’s earlier ideas for the face masks.
The Verge has reached out to Razer for extra particulars on the beta program and any attainable design adjustments that can ship alongside the Zephyr beta.
We should always have a greater thought concerning the design as soon as masks truly make it into beta testers’ fingers, however the announcement of this system within the first place does make the Zephyr that rather more actual. Contemplating the venture went from a enjoyable CES idea to an actual factor Razer was intent on making, each step pushes this masks farther from vaporware. Whether or not it’s truly reasonably priced, pleasing, or sensible to put on is a completely separate difficulty.