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Razer's April Fools' Day joke offers 'next-level' selfies and video game perspectives

As part of its April Fools' Day prank, Razer is advertising a new product that allows users to live their lives like they would in a video game.

Using a drone, wrist command module and special lenses, the Eidolon helps provide an "out of body experience" from a third-person perspective. The joke ad boasts a "3D 1080p 60 FPS 12 Megapixel camera," in addition to features such as a courier mode to snag food, a drone that can attend meetings remotely for you and "next-level" selfies.

"The Razer Eidolon will automatically try to find the optimal shot, remember your favorite angles or distances and can be tweaked on the fly through voice commands," the website reads. "It can even upload to your favorite social platform when you're ready. Just say 'Eidolon, Take Selfies. MySpace Angle,' and watch as the Instagram likes come pouring in."

Check out the video below to see the Razer Eidolon in action.