Fuhu launches Nabi Compete fitness tracker for kids
Fuhu may not be a big name on the global market, but its line of Nabi tablets for kids is well known on that specific niche. Earlier this week, the company released its first fitness tracker, also aimed at children. According to the official press release, the Nabi Compete band is "the first competitive/collaborative fitness tracker created specifically to meet the needs of kids and families."
The highlights of the Nabi Compete include Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, 3-color LED status light and a 3-axis accelerometer, all powered by a replaceable CR2032 battery that provides up to 3 months of autonomy. This wearable is splash and sweat proof, being able to sync with iOS and Android handsets within a 20 feet range. The connected apps provide various challenges, awarding points for unlocking and growing virtual pets.
Nabi Compete comes in two-band packs that can be purchased from Target and Best Buy for a suggested retail price of $39.99 USD. These wearables are available in red, white, black, purple, and blue. For more details, please check the press release below.
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