Razer is opening its reusable goggle to beta testers for interested fans of the brand.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting health crisis have given rise to many services and products. The mask, for example, is available today in all forms. There are even very modern, very technological versions. This is the case of the Hazel project of Razer, a futuristic mask to say the least. Today the first beta testers can test these masks of another kind.
Razer opens its reusable mask to beta testers
A few months ago, Razer unveiled to the world its Hazel project, a futuristic mask, perfectly inscribed in the current context of pandemic and health crisis. If all this was initially to be a concept, Razer was fairly quickly confirming its intention to make a finished product marketable. Today, good news for those concerned since it is possible to test this mask in beta version.
for interested brand fans
Officially responding to the name of Zephyr, this headset is therefore now open to the community of beta testers. Interested parties can register on the dedicated page on the Razer website. No guarantee of being selected, of course, but it doesn’t cost anything to enter your email address and try your luck.
For those who do not know, the Zephyr has been thought and designed to be a reusable mask unlike surgical masks which are disposable. In addition to being reusable, this mask offers a BFE (filtering efficiency) of 99%, a silicone seal to ensure a perfect position on the face, a transparent insert at the mouth level with anti-fog coating and… Razer requires, RGB lighting.
Since it is entirely possible that we will have to live in a world where Covid-19 is treated as endemic, it might be wise to invest in a good quality mask. For now, no one knows how much the Zephyr will cost but the manufacturer should market it during the last quarter of this year 2021. We should then have all the details.