Razer's smart RGB face mask will ship before the end of the year

In a few months, you may be able to buy Razer’s Project Hazel — the high-tech face mask with working RGB lights the company unveiled at CES in January. The company has revealed at its E3 2021 presentation that the mask will start shipping in the early fourth quarter this year, which means you could have it in your hands as soon as October. Razer will be selling the mask in batches, though, with each one having limited quantities available for purchase.

The company has also given us an update on the mask design since its debut half a year ago. It will still have replaceable N95 filters and

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