Razer converts their manufacturing lines to make surgical masks

by March 19, 2020 0 comments

Coronavirus has been wreaking havoc across the world. Amid the crises, there have been shortages of essential products, like tissue papers. Even Surgical masks across the world are in short supply, given the fact that they are important to prevent the spread of the virus and doctors are going through them at a rapid rate. And among all of this, the world is getting help from an unexpected company; the gaming peripherals manufacturer, Razer. 

The company is known for its top of the line computer peripherals. Today, its CEO, Min-Liang Tan announced on Facebook that they would be repurposing their manufacturing lines to create surgical masks. 

While there has been incredible demand for our products during this time with many staying home to avoid the crowds (and to play games), the team at Razer understands that all of us have a part to play in fighting the virus – no matter which industry we come from,” he wrote. 

He said that they would be donating up to 1 million masks to the health authorities of different countries. He also said that Razer’s global/regional offices would be reaching out to health authorities throughout the world. According to Tan, this is the first of many steps that Razer will take to help combat the pandemic.  

In other news, Razer is also planning to open its own bank.

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