It was around this time last year that Razer wowed the world when it introduced a concept called Project Hazel – a face mask with RGB lighting. While this product would see the light of day in the form of the Razer Zephyr, the company has again announced that it will make another RGB face mask, and this time it will include voice amplification.
As part of the CES 2022 announcements, the Razer Zephyr Pro Bares is similar to the non-professional variant, but the most important change is that the Razer Zephyr Pro will offer voice amplification. Razer claims that its patent-pending speech enhancement technology ensures that your speech is not muffled when you wear the mask.
The announcement of the Razer Zephyr Pro with the promise of voice amplification comes as no surprise. When Razer first introduced the Project Hazel concept at CES last year. Though Razer would eventually scrap the feature.
Interestingly, the Razer Zephyr Pro weighs the same as its predecessor and offers the same battery life of five to six hours on a single charge, the company said The edge.
Razer plans to release the Zephyr Pro later this year. The Pro model will retail for $ 149.99 – $ 50 more than the non-Pro model. Razer will also be selling a starter pack for $ 199.99 that includes the Razer Zephyr Pro and replaceable N95 filters for 99 days. Razer also confirmed to IGN that the masks it sells for the Zephyr will also work fine with the Zephyr Pro model.
Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.