The Razer Nabu X Was Introduced At CES 2015

 - Jan 7, 2015
References: razerzone & gizmag
The Razer Nabu X is a low-cost fitness-tracking smartband, introduced at CES 2015, that is Razer's second-generation fitness tracker. While Razer may be better known for its gaming technology, the company has shown that it is serious about infiltrating the fitness smartband market.

The smartband is equipped with an accelerometer that tracks steps walked, distance traveled, calories burned and time spent sleeping and being active.

However, rather than relying on traditional notifications, it uses vibrating LED notifications, with users able to customize the three LED lights.

While the fitness band space may be very saturated, the Razer Nabu X stands out first and foremost because of its price. This smartband costs just $50, making it eminently affordable for most. If you're a member of Razer's Insider Forums, you can grab one for just $20 starting January 13.