Consumer tech company Razer showcased a smart mask and a gaming chair at CES 2021. These are prototypes and won't be launched anytime soon.
Consumer electronics company Razer has unveiled a smart mask concept at CES 2021 called Project Hazel. What classifies as an N95 mask that protects against the deadly COVID-19 virus, Project Hazel has been designed to offer active ventilation and simultaneously sterilize the air you breathe.
It also comprises of lights that automatically turn on when there is no ambient light. To save battery, it also comes with a low light mode.
The company also introduced its Project Brooklyn concept gaming chair that comes with its own 60-inch rollout screen.
It is not likely that these prototypes will be launched anytime soon in the market but hats off to Razer to showcase such innovative products at the Consumer Electronics Show that has gone virtual this year.
Project Hazel features
This is a transparent mask and the company touts it to be the "most intelligent mask ever created." It comes with a wireless charging case that has a UV light lining inside that acts as a disinfectant for bacteria and viruses as the mask charges. Users can get to know that the battery is charged as it glows from red to green when charging is complete.
The mask comes with an inbuilt microphone and amplifier so that what you want to speak isn't muffled. The smart mask offers more than 16 million colors and effects and customisable lighting zones as well.
The mask can also be custom shaped to fit your face. It also packs an active ventilation system which releases the hot air that you breathe out so that vapour does not from inside of the mask. This smart mask has been made from recycled plastic and offers water and dust resistance. You can also replace its filters and ventilators.
Project Brooklyn gaming chair features
A chair that every gamer would want to have at his house, the gaming chair from Razer features a 60-inch rollout curved OLED display. The gaming chair can transform into a full-fledged entertainment rig delivering what the company calls "total immersion".
The 60-inch display sits at the back of the chair when not in use. The chair also has a compact table tucked into its armrest and lets its users switch between console and PC gaming. The chair is powered by the company's Chroma RGB lighting and has leather-stiched seat for your comfort.
Published:Wed, January 13, 2021 11:57pm