Razer has announced the Nabu smartband wearable product at CES in Las Vegas. The Nabu seems to be a cross between a fitness tracker and smartband. The Nabu has bio data-tracking features and smartphone functionality. The Nabu smartband can relay information directly from a smartphone through two small pixel OLED displays.
The 32-pixel square display shows public notification icons. The larger 128 x 32 pixel panel shows texts, e-mails, and other personal information. The Razer Nabu has advanced data sensors that offers bio data such as steps walked, distance traveled, and sleep information. The device also has a complementary app for iOS and Android that lets users customize data.
The Razer Nabu smartband will support an open platform, which will be available for first- and third-party developers to update existing applications or create new apps. The Razer Nabu will be available in Q1 2014.