At RazerCon 2021, Razer unveiled new unique goods, including the Razer Zephyr Wearable Air Purifier. The Zephyr debuted as Project Hazel, an award-winning prototype smart mask, at CES 2021.
The Razer Zephyr has a transparent design with an anti-fog layer and inside LEDs that allow for clear facial expressions. It also contains a soft silicone face seal with a dual strap design that ensures a tight seal over the mouth and nose and adjustable head and neck straps that fit all head sizes securely but comfortably.
The Razer Zephyr boasts N95 grade filters with two-way protection that the brand says last three times longer than single-use disposable masks. It is FDA-registered and lab-tested for 99 percent BFE. Furthermore, unlike single-use surgical masks, its filters maintain optimal filtration efficacy for up to three days, resulting in 80 percent less waste.
In addition, this smart mask has two air exchange chambers that allow air to flow in and out of the wearable air purifier freely. A pair of 2-speed fans (4200/6200 RPM) are also included in the Zephyr, allowing for increased air circulation and improved cooling while also providing fresh, filtered air and increased comfort.
The interior lights and fans of the Razer Zephyr may be simply managed using the Razer Zephyr app, which is available for both iOS and Android.
The Razer Zephyr retails for USD 99.99 on Razer.com, while the Razer N95 Grade Filter Pack (10 sets of filters) costs USD 29.99. The Zephyr Starter Pack, which includes the Zephyr and three N95 Grade Filter Packs, costs USD 149.99.