Razer Nabu 2015 Fitness Tracker with a Survival Mode Inspired by Zombie Apocalypse

Razer released their original Razer Nabu smartband early last year. Now they have improved the fitness tracker smartband and announced Razer Nabu 2015 that features a pretty fun survival mode inspired by zombie apocalypse.

Razer Nabu 2015 Fitness Tracker and Smartband

The redesigned Razer Nabu is an advanced hybrid of fitness tracker and smartband that comes in two sizes include small (6cm diameter) and medium (6.6cm diameter). As we can see from the images, the Razer Nabu shows off a low-profile and minimal design with a black-and-green color scheme, and its water-resistant housing ensures it withstand rain, your sweat and splashes.

Razer Nabu 2015 Fitness Tracker and Smartband

As a fitness tracker, the Razer Nabu features built-in 3-accelerometer in order to track your steps walked, distance traveled, calories burned, active minutes, and its sleep tracking starts automatically the moment you fall asleep till when you wake. Moreover, custom app shows you all tracking data intuitively.

Razer Nabu 2015 Fitness Tracker and Smartband

As a smartband, the Razer Nabu is capable to notify you of incoming calls, texts, emails, and other app alerts by a gentle vibration, and an integrated private OLED 128×16 single colored screen lets you view these notifications. BTW, as a social wearable, the Razer Nabu allows you to exchange social media info with you shake hands with another Nabu user. In addition, the wearable also features a fun survival mode that delivers you all text info in form of zombie apocalypse, and its rechargeable battery lasts up to 6 days on a single charge.

Razer Nabu is priced at $99.99 USD. It will be available in October 2015. If you’re interested, jump to Razer Amazon shop for its more details. Additionally, also don’t miss SmartBand 2 fitness tracker and more cool stuff by following tags.

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