Razer's "Respawn" drink to boost gamers' mental abilities

After an April Fool's joke back in 2010, Razer did not want to give up the idea of ​​creating a mental "stimulator" for gamers, a drink with miraculous properties. The audience's interest was painfully great - over time, the joke turned into a new product. It was named "Respawn" and was presented on the eve of the E3 conference.

The reason for this long development period for the stimulant drink is that Razer was looking for a real way to increase the concentration, attention and memory of players without breaking the law. The problem is that existing legal stimulants cause a surge of physical strength, not intellectual ability. Therefore, after a series of experiments, I had to opt for nootropics - neurometabolic stimulants.

Respawn is sold in packs of 20, priced at $ 24.99. There are four flavors to choose from: tropical fruit, green apple, blue raspberry, and pomegranate watermelon. The powder must be dissolved in water at the rate of one portion for 0.5 liters of liquid. The resulting mixture is a source of choline, vitamins B3, B5, B6 and B12, it contains ground ginger, 95 mg of caffeine and green tea extract, with an energy value of about 20 calories.