Gaming peripheral firm Razer had a shock announcement as a part of its E3 2021 keynote livestream. The place the developer introduced new particulars on Challenge Hazel, its N95 sensible masks that was unveiled at CES 2021, as an idea, earlier than asserting it could truly make the masks in March.

Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan confirmed that Challenge Hazel would launch this 12 months, with the primary “provide drop” slated for early This fall. Because of the excessive demand for the RGB sensible masks, Tan confirmed that the corporate would have restricted portions of Challenge Hazel “from the getgo.”

Whereas no launch date was confirmed, Tan did verify that Challenge Hazel might be bought solely on its web site.

Launch date, however no worth for Challenge Hazel but.

As soon as Razer begins manufacturing the masks, the corporate will implement a “gross sales by drops,” that means that it’s going to have a database of all of the individuals fascinated by buying a Challenge Hazel masks and can inform these individuals when models can be found for buy.

Razer claims that Challenge Hazel is the world’s smartest masks. It’s a reusable N95 respirator that features disc-type ventilators, Chroma RGB lighting, anti-fog coating, and voice projection.

Regardless of the discharge date a number of months away, if you’re fascinated by seeing how the masks would look on you, Razer has launched a filter on Instagram, permitting you to make use of augmented actuality to “attempt on” the masks.

If you wish to be notified when Challenge Hazel is in inventory, you’ll be able to join on Razer’s web site proper now.

Razer CES 2021 – Challenge Hazel

Along with Challenge Hazel updates, Razer additionally introduced three new merchandise throughout its keynote, together with a Razer Blade 14 powered by AMD processors, the primary THX-certified monitor, and a 130W GaN charger.

We have rounded up each occasion introduced up to now for the all-digital E3 2021, and you may watch all of it with us on IGN as a part of our Summer time of Gaming.

Taylor is the Affiliate Tech Editor at IGN. You’ll be able to observe her on Twitter @TayNixster.

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