Razer‘s been known to introduce new stuff that no one seems to think of at the annual CES and this year is not an exception as well as RGB mask and display-attached gaming chair are the name of the game for CES 2021.
Since landing a footstep into the medical face mask production field, Project Hazel is the company’s ambition of incorporating the very spirit of Razer into it. Made with N95 medical-grade respirator protection using detachable and rechargeable active ventilators and Smart Pods that regulate airflow for optimal breathability, it guards against 95% of airborne particles while being semi liquid-resistant to keep droplets from leaking out.
The transparent design allows other people to still see the nose and mouth when chatting and the patented VoiceAmp tech amplifies the wearer’s voice to keep it clear as not wearing one. Bundling with the mask is a wireless charging case that also sanitizes the ventilators through UV sterilization. Of course, there’s 2 preset patterns of Razer Chroma RGB because it is a gamer’s mask.
Meanwhile, to keep gamers to stay indoors, Project Brooklyn binds gaming chairs and displays into a single package. The chair itself is built with carbon fiber and filled with RGB and the rollout 60-inch display surrounds the user for a panoramic immersive experience. Succeeding the design of Razer Iskur, the armrest and peripheral table are also accounted and adjustable to cover a range of height to make sure gamers always sit with optimal posture at all times.
The fully modular 4D armrests neatly tuck away collapsible tables with flexible ergonomics, allowing you to switch easily between PC gaming with a mouse and keyboard and console gaming, and there are separate panels in each armrest allowing for different keyboard and mouse ergonomics and each half folds away when not in use. For a full-on immersive experience, the HyperSense audio haptic feedback will give you the vibration you need to experience the action and intensity of your favorite titles.
Also, the Razer Blade 15 and Razer Blade Pro 17 are joining the RTX 3000 series mobile GPU fray and the systems start from USD$1,699. Gamers either opt for raw frame rates with FHD 360Hz, Quad HD 240Hz, or 4K OLED 60Hz for Blade 15 and 360Hz, Quad HD 165Hz, or Ultra HD 120Hz for the Blade Pro 17. Other hardware specifications stay the same with ports getting a revise of containing USB-C, HDMI 2.1, UHS-III SD card reader, and more.
While Project Hazel and Project Brooklyn are still concepts of what Razer is trying and capable of doing, the Blade laptop GPU refresh will become available starting January 26.