Sharpen your workout with the Razer Nabu Watch

Razer Nabu Watch

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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1 thought on “Sharpen your workout with the Razer Nabu Watch”

  1. Mmm… from the picture the screen looks very small. In tech language “wo, look at the bezel!!” Again from the picture” “what this time is it?” The dot matrix screen I think would be very difficult to tell the time from, particularly when moving. Looks like an incredibly poor design.

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