CES 2014: Razer Announces A Fitness Thingy

Terence Huynh of TechGeek:

Like all other smartbands, the Nabu will track your fitness, sleep and location; and will push notifications from your phone to the smartband. However, notifications will be either on two OLED  screens – a public icon screen at the top of the wrist, and a private message screen on the inside of the wrist that has detailed information about the notification. It also has a 7 day battery life, according to Razer.

Cool. Email and Phone Call push notifications from a smartphone is actually pretty new for a fitness band thingy — I’ve not seen that outside the Pebble. I still wouldn’t buy one, but very cool.

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