Razer face mask wows with transparent design, RGB lighting and voice amplifier


Every year at CES, Razer pitches one or two “concept” products that may or may not ever come to market. In addition to laptops, mice, headsets and whatever else is on the agenda, Razer likes to pitch something imaginative, simply to see whether its futuristic ideas are feasible — and, no doubt, how potential customers might react. 

This year, Razer’s concept projects include Project Hazel and Project Brooklyn: a futuristic face mask to address public health concerns, and a gaming chair that doubles as an immersive entertainment center, respectively.

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