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Even though countries are slowly starting to relax their lockdown rules as the coronavirus pandemic abates, the demand for face masks remains very high. So high in fact, gaming hardware manufacturer Razer has decided to start offering them via vending machines across Singapore.

Razer had already made a commitment to manufacture face masks back in April, when it setup Singapore’s first fully-automated mask production line. It’s capable of producing five millions masks per month. Now, Reuters is reporting that Razer is set to dispense the masks via vending machine across Singapore in time for the June 1 lockdown lift. Demand is already high in the country as wearing a face mask is mandatory in public.

A deal has been struck with precision plastic manufacturer Sunnindale Tech Ltd. to double mask production capacity to 10 million per month. So far, 20 vending machines are planned for JustCo co-working centers in Singapore’s business district, as well as in Frasers Property’s malls. The first five million masks will be offered for free to the over 16s, but after that Razer will charge for them through the machines.

Such vending machine could prove popular around the world as other countries end their lockdowns. There’s also a clear marketing opportunity to take advantage of here, with people becoming mobile billboards for whatever brand is printed across their mask.

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