Razer is converting existing manufacturing lines to produce surgical masks for donation

Min-Liang Tan, Razer’s CEO, has recently posted on Twitter announcing their plans to donate surgical masks. The company is planning to help in the fight of Covid-19, by converting some of their existing manufacturing lines to produce masks.

They are going to donate them all around the world. They will manufacture one million masks and distribute them across a number of countries. The first one will be Singapore and they will prioritize support by getting in touch will governments and authorities.

He also said that right now they are having an incredible demand for their products, due to people staying at home because of the virus outbreak.

Microsoft is giving free access to its Microsoft Teams collaboration platform to all NHS staff in UK. LogMeln is also providing free Emergency Remote Work Kits.

Lastly, as we already informed you, we can also help with Folding@Home. Make sure to take a look at the article if you haven’t already. Take care and stay safe!

Thanks Techradar.

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