Gaming company Razer announces the Nabu smartband
The Razer Nabu takes the concept of the smart wristband to a new level, similar to LG's take on the matter. The Nabu is actually a mix between a smartwatch and a fitness band. Just like a smartwatch, the gadget can pair with your iOS or Android device via Bluetooth 4.0 or higher and show you relevant notifications about incoming calls, texts, e-mails, etc. You can completely customize what kinds of notifications to receive – currently several apps are supported, most notably WeChat, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Skype.
Pulse is another interesting feature. It is Razer's own
Of course, just like almost any other smart wearable out there, the Nabu will keep track on the calories you've burnt, steps you've taken, floors you've climbed, the overall distance you've traveled and the hours you've slept. The data can be tethered to and monitored by the companion app, which will be released for both iOS and Android.
There is currently no information about the price of the Razer Nabu. However, 3rd party developers, who are willing to develop software that uses data, collected from Nabu, will be able to get it for $49 once it is launched.
source: Razer via Pocket-lint