The Razer Zephyr was originally unveiled as Project Hazel, during CES 2021. The concept product attracted a lot of attention, after which Razer decided to actually take the mouth mask into mass production. As a result, a “beta” was announced over the summer and Razer renamed the Project Hazel denominator to Zephyr.The final version of Zephyr was shown at the house RazerCon. The physical design has been slightly modified, the integrated microphone-speaker combination has been dropped, but the promise of a high-tech mask has remained intact. The Zephyr currently carries a suggested retail price of $99.99.
The Razer Zephyr is marketed as an air-filtering face mask, with replaceable air filters with 99% BFE protection. Two fans amplify the airflow within the mask, while the RGB lighting gives the device a gamer-esque touch.
The Zephyr should (without Chroma lighting and ‘Low-Energy’ ventilation) last about eight hours, according to Razer. The self-cleaning carrying case yet to be unveiled at CES 2021 appears to have expired, as does the built-in voice amplification.