Priced at under $100(currently $49.99 for developers), the Nabu Razer is an affordable wristband device that keeps you connected to your mobile world and provides you with fitness and sleep metrics at the same time. Finally we have a device that gives you a way to stay connected with the outside world and your inner self with one very smart device. This devices doesn’t have the vibrant and colorful display that some of the current wearable wristbands, but may be that will work as an advantage. The inclusion of two screens provides an easy notifications system that allows for quickly glancing at the screen to see if you have any unread notifications. I was trying to research the inclusion of two screens and this could have changed to only include one screen. The display looks crisp, clear and easy to read.
This device is blowing up online with thousands of people trying to be selected to beta test the device. The relatively low price and numerous features are making this device a real crowd pleaser. It looks like the Razer is trying to limit unnecessary features in order to focus on truly useful features that will most benefit the user.
The Nabu subtly vibrates to let you know when an incoming notification arrives. All you have to do is turn your wrist to on the Private Message Screen that displays all of your important notifications. It is just as easy to dismiss your notifications with a quick shake of your wrist. You are probably curious as to what kind of notifications you will receive, right? The Nabu gives you notifications for calls, emails, SMS, reminders, WeChat, Google Maps, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or Skype.
ANALYZE YOURSELF AND ACHIEVE PERSONAL GOALS
Nabu connects with your favorite apps to give you a powerful, accurate overview of your daily activities. The Razer captures and analyzes your raw data using advanced algorithms and visualizes your biometric data on your smartphone. The analysis will let you see your bio trends to set and achieve yours personal goals.
The Razer uses a unique wireless frequency to connect with people nearby and allows you to easily exchange information with other Razer users. This features seems very cool, but a little gimmicky because the adoption level will have to be fairly high for you to run into a potential contact/friend who also own a Razer. Still, i am sure that the wireless frequency communication technology can be adopted to enable other advanced features.
- 128×32 OLED Private Message Screen
- Accelerometer, altimeter, vibration motor
- Compatible with iOS (iPhone 5, 5C, 5S) and Android 4.3+ devices
- 5 – 7 days battery life
- Bluetooth 4.0 LE
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