Razer is the latest company to announce a wearable device at this years CES, with the launch of the Razer Nabu X smartband.
The Nabu X smartband is the company’s second generation fitness tracker, and it comes with an accelerometer to track steps, distance, calories burned and more.
The previous model features an OLED display which provided alerts, the display has been replaced on the new model with three LEDs which are paired with a vibration motor.
The Razer Nabu X offers a no-screen, no-fuss notification interface, meaning you keep your head up and in the game at all times. It simply vibrates when you get an incoming alert from your phone, and the LEDs light up in customizable colors.
The Nabu X is compatible with iOS and Android devices, the device comes with an IP67 rating for water resistance.
The new Razer Nabu X will go on sale in the U.S. later this month and will retail for just $50, the previous model retailed for $100.
Source Razer, Gizmag