At the beginning of this year Razer unveiled a new Razer Nabu fitness tracker which is being designed by the company to provide users with a personal fitness tracking device that can also connect to your smartphone for notifications.
This week Razer has announced they will be launching a new Razer Nabu fitness tracker beta development stage next month that will be open to 500 lucky applicants.
The Razer Nabu wrist worn device subtly vibrates to notify you of an incoming message and can be customised using the compatible Nabu companion application. To take part in the Razer Nabu beta development stage, Razer is looking for 500 hard-core fans, that are actively using Razer hardware devices or software services.
Once selected Razer will then allow the 500 to purchase a beta version of the Razer Nabu device for just $1 on July 10th, 2014. Razer explains a little more:
“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. With your help, the Nabu aims to become everything you want in a wearable and more. As a Nabu Beta tester, you’ll provide feedback on the device and companion software directly to the Razer Nabu engineering team – all towards readying the Nabu for launch.
We’re selecting only our most hardcore fans for this program, those who actively use our hardware and software, and are highly active on our social media channels. You’ll then be able to purchase a Beta unit for just $1 on July 10th, 2014.”
For more information on the new Razer Nabu fitness tracker jump over to the Razer official website for details.