Take, for example, this offering –the AirPop Active+ – from a company called AirPop that monitors air quality and notifies users when they have to replace their filters via mobile app. The company will release the mask this month, though, with a pretty hefty price tag.
There's also this offering from Razer, called Project Hazel, which comes with a built-in voice amplifier and RGBs. I suppose if you're going to go full-on cyberpunk dystopia, you might as well add a pop of color.
This UV light from Targus was unveiled at CES and is designed to sit above your keyboard and mouse. According to the company, the light will kill 99.9 percent of viruses by shining onto your equipment for five minutes every hour. (No pricing is available).
If keyboards aren't of concern, this two-in-one UV chamber and wireless charger from Lexon may be what you're looking for. This gadget, called the Oblio is a Qi-certified charger than can juice up a typical smartphone in about three hours while also sanitizing one side at a time in about 20 minutes. Looks like you'll have to actually flip your phone for virus-killing perfection.
Products like this UV-equipped robot from a company called Unpin will join a growing army of robots designed to scoot around and call surface viruses. According to the company, it can cover 1000 square meters in about 100 minutes and automatically shuts down the light once a human is detected.