Razer, a company known for its high-end, high-quality gaming equipment has branched out to the fitness wearables with the Razer Nabu Watch. Razer has some earlier entries into the sports band market with the Nabu X and Nabu, but the Nabu Watch is a step towards a fully functional timepiece. The Nabu Watch is basically a fully functional digital watch with the added features of a fitness tracker and notifications from your phone. One interesting thing to me is the dual battery setup. The watch works off of a coin cell battery that will last up to 12 months. The workout and notifications part work on a 7-day rechargeable battery. Like many other workout bands, the Nabu Watch has a 3-axis accelerometer and a connected app for iOS and Android. The Nabu Watch comes in two varieties, the Nabu Watch which costs $149.99 and the Nabu Watch Forged Edition for $199.99. Visit razerzone.com for more info and Amazon to order.
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