Razer had a few announcements timed for E3 2021, including its new Razer Blade 14 with AMD’s Ryzen 9 processors, and an updated Raptor 27 gaming monitor along with a 130W GaN charger. We weren’t expecting to hear about anything else, but Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan announced that its Project Hazel mask will actually go on sale, starting early in the fourth quarter of this year.
Tan said that Hazel will be released in “drops” exclusively on its website, with the first coming in that fourth quarter timeframe.
A slide from Razer’s E3 2021 presentation announcing the launch plan.
Alongside that availability announcement, Tan also shared some changes coming to the mask since it was first shown in January....
CEO Min-Liang Tan said there's a nascent opportunity for Razer in the space, given the wide reach of its Razer Fintech unit.
Razer has announced that it will hold a keynote during E3 2021 where it will debut some new gaming hardware.
The large unbanked populations of Southeast Asia are the main target for Razer and other digital payment providers.
Even with the rollout of COVID vaccines picking up, it seems Razer is betting there's a future in personal safety gear.
Earlier this year, Razer revealed an interesting RGB mask it called Project Hazel. Of course, there’s a joke about Razer sticking RGB on everything just for the sake of RGB, but beyond the lights, Project Hazel was seemed like a fairly high-tech wearable, with filters, speakers, and even a case that uses ultraviolet light to sterilize the mask when not … Continue reading
Razer says it’s planning to ship its concept reusable N95 face mask. Unveiled back in January, Project Hazel includes active disc-type ventilators, Chroma RGB lighting, and voice projection. The face mask is also transparent, allowing for lip-reading and the ability to see facial cues when you talk to people.
“We were thinking, this is a concept project and is this going to be relevant when vaccinations and everything has been rolled out,” says Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan in an interview with Yahoo Finance. “We are going to proceed in making it a reality and ship the smart mask.”
Razer’s Project Hazel mask.
Razer’s smart mask made its surprise debut at CES 2021 earlier this year, with detachable and...
The gaming titan posted a GAAP net profit of US$800,000 for last year.
This might be the first time you’ve heard of Razer’s own Sneki Snek. It’s a logo, it’s a branding mark, it’s a character. It’s a very cute little creature. Sneki Snek first appeared at RazerCon in October of 2020, after which Razer met their goal to “save” 100,000 trees within two months. They did this by selling Sneki Snek merchandise. … Continue reading
As the company struggles to acquire big-time sponsors for its mixed martial arts product, new content “stacks” may present a way forward.
The move comes after Razer said it expects to hit breakeven for the financial year ended December 31, 2020,
The company claimed that its revenue is expected to have grown by at least 40% year on year during the period.
Razer's Project Brooklyn concept is more like a sci-fi movie prop than a gaming chair, but this PC and console gaming cockpit is bringing the future closer than ever.
Based in Singapore, Rely allows consumers to split their payments free of interest.
The gaming PC and accessory maker is hosting its own event, which it calls a "digital celebration for gamers."
Razer, a Singaporean-based gaming company, thrives during challenging times by innovating digitally, shifting its supply chain, and moving into fintech.
The gaming giant recorded US$447.5 million in revenues for H1 2020, representing a 25.3% growth year on year.
Razer hasn't had a phone on the market since 2018's Razer Phone 2, but that isn't silencing talk about a third model.
It was a bold proposal from the get-go.Razer – a company known for its cutting-edge gaming hardware, software platforms, and virtual credit services for gamers – would build a unified digital payments solution for Singapore, CEO Min-Liang Tan tweeted in August 2017, to Lee Hsien Loong, the country’s prime minister – no less.It might not have been immediately apparent, but the Hong Kong-listed company’s proposed payments platform could build upon its existing ecosystem, Li Meng Lee, Razer’s chief strategy officer, told Tech in Asia at the sidelines of the 2019 Singapore Fintech Festival.Today, the network includes a card processing gateway that supports over 110 payment methods and an offline payment system with over 1 million acceptance points.Where do things stand seven months after the 18-month deadline?Its total payment value (TPV) was over US$828 million for the first six months of 2019, according to Razer’s unaudited financial results.
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