CES 2021 has brought to light quite a few interesting devices this year. Perhaps one of the more intriguing, though, is Razer’s smart mask concept, Project Hazel. Those interested in Razer’s RGB-powered mask with rechargeable ventilators have no doubt been wondering when the Project Hazel release date is and how much the device will cost. Here’s what we know so far, and thanks to E3 2021, there's more information to share.
Last updated on June 14, 2021 at 3:51 p.m. EST.
Razer Project Hazel release date and price
Project Hazel is now a reality and is scheduled to release early Q4 2021. It's only just entering production, which means that everything about the device we’ve seen so far could change. There's also no price just yet but you should keep your eye on the Project Hazel section of the Razer site for more information.
Despite its RGB additions, the mask is really an innovative product, offering rechargeable ventilators and built-in UV sanitization. There are also other great features, like the light-up mouth area and the microphone that helps others hear what you’re saying despite being muffled by the mask material itself.
It will be interesting to see how development of Project Hazel moves forward. We won’t speculate on pricing just yet because it’s hard to say where Razer would price this kind of device.
Project Hazel has a release date of early Q4 2021, which means it will likely be available within the last three months of the year. However, with limited quantities and sale by drops, getting your hands on one might be difficult. Be sure to check out the Razer Project Hazel page on Shacknews for more information about this exciting new update to personal protective equipment.