Welcome to the dystopian future where we have to mask up. OK. It is not that dark but somehow, the Razer Zephyr Pro makes it feel like so. Anyways, Razer is not calling it a smart mask as it did when the Zephyr was still known as Project Hazel.
The Razer Zephyr Pro (and the Razer Zephyr) is now referred to as wearable air purification, just as LG PuriCare is known. And it really should (be a wearable air purifier) because it has the trades of an air purifier: replaceable air purification filters that scrub both inhaled and exhaled air and two-speed dual intake fans.
The Razer Zephyr Pro is pretty much an air purifier covering your mouth and nose, sealing them from the environment with a soft silicone face seal and secured with a dual strap design.
The mask. Sorry. I mean, wearable air purifier, claims to achieve Bacterial Filtration Efficiency of up to 99% while offering breathability of around 13.2mmH2O.
Razer Zephyr Pro further features a futuristic, anti-fog transparent design with illumination and Razer Chroma RGB exterior (as well as the interior) lighting via a dedicated app.
Basically, the Razer Zephyr Pro is pretty much the Razer Zephyr introduced back in October but with an added and perhaps very important feature: voice amplification.
A patent-pending voice amplification technology ensures words coming out from you aren’t muffled when behind the mask.
The Razer Zephyr Pro is listed as coming soon. If you are interested, you may get yourself signed up to be notified when it is available.
However, if you don’t want to wait or do not need the voice amplification feature, you may pick up the regular Razer Zephyr for US$99.99 or the starter pack, which comes with 3 filter refill packs good for up to 99 days of protection, for US$149.99.
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