Announced on Thanksgiving, Razer revealed the release date for its Razer Nabu, the company's first wearable in the form of a fitness tracker.
The Nabu will be available in North America on December 2 for $99.99 (about £63.97, AU$117.50) and globally some time afterwards.
Like most other fitness trackers, the Nabu will be able to notify you of emails, calls, texts and app alerts from your smartphone. It also logs activity data and has band-to-band capabilities for social discovery, multiplayer gaming and more.
Some Nabu specs
The Razer Nabu will be available in two sizes: small-medium and medium-large. Black will be the first color to launch with three other colors - green, white and orange - following later.
The band is made from certified hypo-allergenic materials, is water resistant and has a battery life that can last between five to seven days on a full charge.
For those die-hard Razer fans that kept up with Nabu news from the beginning, Razer will be shipping 5000 wearables early via pre-orders through its new community platform "Insider" at a discounted price of $79.99 (about 51.18, AU$94.00).
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