Project Hazel, the mask for gamers
During all these pandemic months we have seen how many manufacturers have been launching different proposals related to protection measures against COVID-19. From boxes that disinfect mobile devices to, as is the case, masks with certain elements that seek to provide them with a certain “intelligence”.
Logically, many of them, beyond the spectacular of their designs, fail in their basic task, which is to protect those who wear them or those who surround their bearer from contagion by coronavirus. But before seeing if this one from Razer complies or not, let’s talk about the proposal itself at the design and technology level.
Project Hazel is the name of this new mask that with a very particular design stands out mainly for the using RGB lights and for being transparent. Yes, the lights do not ask much about who might be interested, but it seems that if Razer has decided to include them it is because they have surely seen that there is a market. Like all those fans of cyberpunk aesthetics and with a certain gamer profile.
Manufactured in such a way that the user’s mouth can be seen, the mask incorporates two ducts on the sides through which it lets in and out the air that it previously filters. Those holes are also the ones that are illuminated with RGB lights and that the user seems to be able to personalize through the use of a mobile application. Hence that qualification as the most intelligent mask on the market, although there is more.
Razer has also integrated a microphone and speaker so that the user’s communication with other people is much more efficient. Something that we must admit here is interesting, because surely the vast majority of us have suffered that situation in which we did not understand very well what we were saying.
Otherwise, the mask is reusable and you can or should be able to use it as many times as you want. All you have to do is change the filters and that’s it. In addition, it is easily washable and the edges are made of silicone to provide comfort and greater durability.
Is it really safe?
And now the big question that many will be asking, Is Project Hazel a really safe mask and valid according to the measures stipulated by the competent bodies? Well for now no, to date it is still just another type N95 mask.
That means that until you receive the certification from an authorized health body, you will not stop being a very attractive proposal, but not at all safe compared to the FFP2 mask.
Therefore, along with the fact that it is a concept that Razer has not yet put on sale, the mask that gives name to this Project Hazel will not stop being an eye-catching product that could have been perfectly taken from Cyberpunk 2077.
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