Razer will start shipping its Project Hazel N95 mask in October



At E3, Razer gave us an update to its Project Hazel N95 mask, a concept design which debuted to much enthusiasm earlier this year at CES. In addition to some new features, notably an antifog coating on the transparent section, and it looks like it’s been slightly redesigned to be more streamlined. It’s scheduled to be released limited quantities, sold in drops, with the first drop landing around October 2021. Still no pricing, though. And you can try it on your face now in AR on Instagram with the Project Hazel filter. 

You’ll only be able to get on the drop list via Razer’s site; you can sign up now.

Though many people think the mask might be arriving a little late given the continued rollout of coronavirus vaccines, in March Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan explained the reasoning. “We’ve realized that even with vaccinations, we are hearing you still have to be masked up because there is still the risk factor that even if you’re vaccinated you still need to be incredibly careful,” Tan said, and he added that many countries may still be a year or two off from being fully vaccinated.

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