The Razer Nabu X is a $50 activity tracker that was unveiled during the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month.

Now it’s available for purchase from the Razer store.

razer nabu x

Razer is a company that’s probably best known for making gaming devices and accessories. But last year the company introduced its first fitness tracker, the $100 Razer Nabu which was released in limited quantities at the end of 2014.

The new model is half the price and lacks the display found on the original Nabu. But it has 3 colored LED lights and vibration motors to give you alerts.

You can use the Nabu X to track steps and distance traveled, receive notifications about incoming calls and other messages from your phone, and interact with other Nabu users through gestures. For instance, you can give a high-five to another user in order to exchange contact information.

via TechRadar

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5 replies on “Razer Nabu X activity tracker now available for $50”

  1. I tried to get in on the razer insider pre-release for this product, but the shipping prices from the Razer store were insane. During the prerelease it costs $20, however it told me shipping would be $32, that was just standard slow shipping within the continental US. I know razer probably outsources the shipping/fulfillment to a different company, but that is insane. Theres always a possibility it was just a bug, i did not have a chance to try again as it sold out in just a few minutes. I would try it again now, but, i personally think 50 bucks is a bit much for 3 leds connected to a bluetooth module, will have to wait and see how the things developed for it pan out.

  2. I use the misfit flash because it actually has a watch on it. I mean if you’re going to put something on your wrist, it may as well have a watch function on it. This doesn’t look like it has one.

  3. Just throw in a cheap led watch with this. I don’t want to wear a fitness band AND a watch.

    1. plain old lcd for me please

      i don’t get this “push a button to see the time”-stuff

      LCD worked the last 30 years fine and was by far better than 3 useless LEDs.

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