It has nearly been a year since we first saw the Razer Nabu. Back at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 the company unveiled the Nabu, a smartband. The device is different from its rivals because it has been designed to offer the best of both worlds, a fitness tracker that’s also capable of hooking up with a smartphone to provide notifications and what now. Its heading to North America, interested customers will be able to pick one up starting December 2nd.
Min-Liang Tan, the co-founder and CEO of Razer, said that the Nabu has gone through “extensive consumer and developer testing” all of which provided valuable feedback that contributed toward the final retail-ready device. Tan says this ensures the Nabu’s features, such as discreet notifications, fitness tracking and social capabilities are polished.
In order to give back to the community that has supported the Nabu’s development since it was announced at CES 2014, an early batch of 5000 Nabu units will be made available to U.S. members of the Razer Insider forums.
The Razer Nabu will be available for purchase in two sizes, small-medium and medium-large in green, white, orange and black. The others will follow later as black is the first color that will be launched. It will be available starting December 2nd from RazerStore and selected retailers for $99.99.