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Razer Nabu, a wristband that will revolutionize your life?

Razer had been one of the craziest when it comes to its product designs.  Their designs are sometimes out of this world and utterly an eye amazement.  This year, Razer is starting the beta test for RAZER NABU, the wearable smartband.

To make the Razer Nabu indeed a dream device, 500 hardcore Razer fans will get a chance to test the Razer Nabu for just $1 prior to launch. Shipping of Beta units begins July 10th, 2014.  Through the help of these beta testers, he Nabu aims to become everything you want in a wearable and more. As a Nabu Beta tester, they will provide feedback on the device and companion software directly to the Razer Nabu engineering team – all towards readying the Nabu for launch.   You can still be part o this lucky few by JOINING HERE.

What can Razer Nabuu do for you?


Nabu subtly vibrates to let you know of an incoming notification. With a simple turn of your wrist, the Private Message Screen instantly activates to show you details, so you can stay updated discreetly and get right back to what you were doing in a second.

You can even shake your Nabu-worn wrist to dismiss active notifications.


Customizing your smartband is easily done through the Utility for Nabu companion app. From notification priorities, to which Nabu-compatible apps to activate, and even what activities are logged, Utility for Nabu gives you total control of your smartband.


Nabu enables your favorite apps to provide a more accurate overview of your daily activities by using advanced algorithms to calculate your captured raw data. With your bio data visualized on your smartphone, it’s easier to realize your activity trends as well as set and achieve personal goals.


Nabu utilizes Pulse, Razer’s proprietary band-to-band communication technology, to detect other nearby Nabu wearers in your social circles – people on your Friends list like old high school buddies, or even family. 

You can even exchange social media profiles, or add contacts to your phone with just a high-five. By tagging digital functions to this friendly gesture that comes naturally to us, Nabu gives more meaning to your social interactions.

These features are simply amazing but it seems that this device is also competing with other wearable devices, so the main question is what makes Razer Nabu different from others?  This is mainly the reason I see behind getting Razer users to beta test the product itself because through this they will be able to get what the market wants before they release the commercial product later this year.

Razer Nabu is a winner of CES 2014's People's Voice.

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