Razer says the Nabu will be available for purchase in North America starting December 2nd.
Razer is asking $100 for the smartband, but the first 5,000 Razer Insiders to pre-order one can pick up a Nabu for $80.
The Razer Nabu is a wristband which can display notifications from your phone, act as a fitness tracker, and support social features through band-to-band communications.
For instance, you can connect to another user on Facebook, Twitter, or other social networks by giving that person a high five in the real world.
The Nabu has a 128 x 32 pixel OLED display which is on the bottom of the band — so other people won’t typically be able to see your notifications, but you can check them out with a glance at your wrist.
The device has a battery good for up to a week of run time, an IP54 water resistant case, and a vibration motor for notifications. There are Android and iOS companion apps that let you customize notification, vibration, and display settings, among other things.