The one huge problem with this air-purifier face mask no one is talking about
We tried Razer’s Zephyr. Will this $100 RGB-customizable mask actually protect you? Or does it just look the cyberpunk part for Instagram pics?
The most-talked about product at CES this year wasn’t a TV or a laptop or a phone. It was Razer’s Zephyr mask (née Project Hazel), which the gaming brand touted as the “world’s smartest face mask” — complete with RGBs, Bluetooth, and a voice amplifier.
Razer talked a big game; it promised N95-grade protection and air purification from the cyberpunk-looking mask, a transparent design so people can see your mouth expressions, and voice amplification.