The 8th month of 2021 is in full swing and the spread of the coronavirus epidemic has not slowed down so far.
In other words, the use of face masks will continue in the coming months, and in view of this, companies are working to make these masks unique.
One such concept was introduced by Razor, a well-known company for making face mask computers, at the CES Technology Exhibition in Las Vegas. At the time, the Face Mask was dubbed Project Hazel, and now it is in the process of being transformed into a commercial product.
The company has now dubbed this face mask Razor Zephyr and people can sign up to test it. According to the company, this face mask is up to 99% effective in filtering germs and will be available by the end of this year.
Project Hazel is now officially Razer Zephyr – the latest evolution of our wearable air purifier. Designed to be safe, social and sustainable, Razer Zephyr sports 99% BFE, a secure silicon face seal and anti-fog coating. Join our community beta test: https://t.co/mlex2YSMpi pic.twitter.com/yLUj0lO2oJ
— R Λ Z Ξ R (@Razer) August 6, 2021
The company did not provide further features for the face mask but said in January that the mask has an active ventilation component that allows you to breathe fresh air. This face mask also changes its shape and becomes transparent so that other people can see your face. This mask has a built-in mic and amplifier so that the sound quality is not affected while speaking.
This face mask also comes with RGB red lights, which start to glow while charging the mask or dim when the mask does not cover the face. Along with this mask, a special case will also be provided for charging and it will also be cleaned with ultraviolet technology. The company said that the mask’s ventilator can work all day and the new filter can be easily applied by using it continuously for several weeks.