Razer Nabu tracks fitness while retaining sports watch aesthetics

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At the ongoing CES 2016 in Las Vegas Razer has revealed their line-up of gadgets & gizmos for the inner gamer in you. Most noticeable of them is a smartwatch or should I say it watch that is smart. Razer Nabu watch doesn’t relate to gaming in any way but nobody’s complaining and it is yet another option from the huge variety of smart watches on offer these days. Coming in a sports watch design this water-resistant chronograph (up to 5ATM) is fitness tracker, sleep analyzer, notification hub for calls/emails etc. and of course a rugged watch for outdoor activities.

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Razer Nabu has a single color OLED display (128 x 16 resolution) to show all the notifications. There is one primary screen for the watch’s digital display to show time and other watch-specific native functions. So, basically the watch has two displays powered by a coin cell battery (21 month battery life) for the digital watch function and rechargeable (7 days on one charge) one for the notification screen.

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Two separate batteries for watch function and notification ticker

When compared to other smartwatches or fitness trackers in the market, this one might look outdated in terms of the notification area, but it is a good option for people who demand minimal fuzz. The watch works with both Android and iOS devices and will come in standard and Forged Edition which has machines stainless steel buttons for extra protection and unique look. Nabu Watch standard is going to be available later this month for $149.99, whereas you can order the Forged Edition right away for $199.99.

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