After debuting the massively popular Nabu wearable at CES 2014 Razer is now bringing a finished product to the consumer market. The finished version is called the Nabu X and is debuting at a very competitive price of $49.99 the week after CES 2015.
Gone is the LCD panel and in it’s place are 3 LED indicator lights and a vibration module. At face value you have a fitness tracker with sleep tracking and an impressive 5-7 days of battery life. The sensor module is removable and is water resistant up to 1 meter. The one size fits all strap is a great feature that will allow it to be used by multiple users.
Beyond the obvious features though is the gamer touch that Razer brings to all their products. Thanks to Pulse technology the bracelet will actually talk to other Nabu X devices and transfer a users gaming data and other information. The idea is to create a social setting for gamers outside of the computer.
MSRP is set at $49.99, but those adopting early will be able to grab their Nabu X directly from NZXT for only $19.99 the week following CES 2015.
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