Razer introduces Project Hazel, the goggle of the future

Razer introduces Project Hazel, the goggle of the future
The CES in Las Vegas has been a point of reference for years and an appointment to keep an eye on to understand in which direction innovation is moving worldwide. As scheduled there were surprises, such as the presentation by Nvidia of the new GeForce RTX 3060 with support for RTX Technologies with DLSS and Ray Tracing coming for some games including Call of Duty Warzone, the battle royale of the popular FPS. Razer did not remain idle and in fact presented Project Hazel, the technological mask of the future.

2020 was not an easy year, the global pandemic that brought the whole world to its knees destroyed certainly the international market. With the arrival of vaccines, it is hoped that in a short time we will be able to return to everyday life. Razer fought hard, launching a production line of surgical masks shipped around the world. In a short time we were able to discover a sort of evolution, and the multinational company has somehow caught the ball.

The design of Project Hazel is rather minimal but above all transparent, this in fact allows us to see our expressions when we can talk to another person. The mask is equipped with a microphone and a speaker making our conversation much more understandable. This function obviously requires power and that is why Razer has come to our rescue by inserting an internal battery that can be powered using the special case. The box performs another fundamental task: sterilization by UV rays, preventing microorganisms from reproducing or becoming harmful.

Another key feature is comfort, the Razer mask will have comfortable straps to be adjusted according to the size of our face. If you're wondering the cost, sadly it's not out there yet. Razer is still considering a possible release soon, but we will probably know more in a few months.

At this Amazon address you can buy the Razer mouse at a discounted price.



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