Razer unveils new products for gamer wellness at CES 2022, including a limited edition smartwatch, a chair with haptic feedback and the world’s first modular gaming desk.
Razer has also brought several announcements to CES 2022, which has moved on despite restrictions. The company has announced a series of products designed to satisfy all the comforts and needs of the playerss, including a gamer smartwatch; a chair with haptic feedback and a futuristic modular desk.
We start with the Razer X Fossil Gen 6, a smartwatch designed in collaboration with watchmaker Fossil. It is a limited edition smarthwatch, with three watch faces (analog and Chroma), the Fossil Gen 6 platform and two interchangeable straps.
But what is special about this Razer X Fossil Gen 6? The watch is designed with the goal of physical well-being and the health of gamers in the centersuch as a guided breathing session, sleep tracking, or heart rate monitoring during a game day
The watch will be able to track the user’s blood oxygen measurements to read their heart rate, and program it to perform guided breathing sessions or reminders for daily walks.
It is driven by Snapdragon Wear 4100+ platform, which offers the highest speed and performance; It is compatible with the latest Google operating system, the Wear OS 3, it has 8 GB of storage, 1 GB of RAM, fast charging (reaches 80% battery in just over 30 minutes).
The Razer X Fossil Gen 6 is limited to 1,337 units, which will be released this month at a price of $ 329.
For the lifestyle of gamers, Razer has introduced Project Sophia, the world’s first gaming desk concept, next to the chair Enki Pro HyperSense, an advanced gaming chair with built-in high fidelity haptic feedback.
The chair literally envelops the user thanks to physical feedback, with native support for more than 2,200 video games, movies, and songs, including games like F1 2021, Forza Horizon 5, and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
But what is truly revolutionary is Project Sophia, a modifiable desk that can have until 13 modules, fully configurable, for placing secondary displays, system monitoring tools, touch screen hotkey panels, pen tablets and audio mixing units or even external capture cards.
Project Sophia counts a custom PCB and equipped with state-of-the-art components, including the latest Intel processor and the latest NVIDIA graphics to support the most resource-intensive tasks.
Everything is housed under a chassis that magnetically snaps under the glass table. It also has an LED lighting coating and a 65 ”OLED screen.
“Project Sophia ”is ours Futuristic vision of a multipurpose gaming and workspace setup and that meets very different needs with a variety of PC configurations, and replaces the need to move between workspaces for each individual taskl ”, declares Richard Hashim, VP of Development at Razer.
“The interchangeable modular system allows users to quickly reconfigure their desk with almost infinite flexibility, tailoring “Project Sophia” not only to the task at hand, but also to the particular preferences of the user. This is the future of play and work areas. “
Lastly, Razer announced an expansion of its Razer Chroma RGB lighting that goes beyond the PC and reaches the smart home. Through the Razer Smarth Home app you can natively customize all devices connected to the PC and mobile phones, for an immersive experience in the smart home.
The CES 2022 fair has left us other announcements such as the arcade with 11 pre-installed classic games, new Razer laptops, new graphics from NVIDIA and AMD, and of course PSVR 2.