The Razer Reusable Straw is Razer's latest US$20 gimmick
Razer is no stranger to its slapping on a logo to random household objects and selling it as a 'gaming' peripheral. We've seen everything from an RGB-enabled face mask to a glow in the dark prepaid card. The latest Razer 'innovation' may be the most ludicrous yet. It is called the Razer Reusable Straw and it is, quite literally, a reusable straw that costs US$20.
The Razer Reusable Straw comes with its carrying case, complete with a cleaning brush. The actual straw is made of food-grade 304 stainless steel, along with a silicone tip. Both the straw and cleaner collapse within themselves. In its retracted position, the straw is 100mm (3.9-in) in length, which can go as high as 230mm (9-in) when unravelled. Razer already has its in-house brand of energy drinks, so it is only fair that there is a Razer-branded straw to drink it with.
Lastly, the Razer Reusable Straw even comes with a hook that lets you lug it around on your person. Razer says that the Razer Reusable Straw is a part of its "Go Green With Razer" program. The environmental impact caused by single-use straws is severe, and it is good to see the issue getting the attention it deserves. The Razer Reusable Straw is good and all, but we'd rather see the AMD Ryzen 5900HX powered Razer notebook manifest itself into reality.