CES 2016 | Razer announces Nabu Watch dual-screen connected watch
Razer already released two Nabu wearables and is well known for its products aimed at gamers, but the new Nabu Watch is the company's first full-featured digital timepiece. Advertised as "not a smartwatch but a watch that's smart," the Nabu Watch has two independent screens - one to handle the watch functions while the other delivers the notifications.
The watch hardware of the new Nabu wearable offers 12 months of autonomy and uses a replaceable CR2032 coin cell battery. It features a 1/100 second stopwatch, countdown timer, full auto calendar,3 multi-function alarms, wold time. The time and alarms can be manually adjusted via the Nabu app or auto synced to phone time.
The Nabu connected hardware is powered by a lithium polymer power pack that offers up to 7 days of battery life. It has a single button for the 128X16-pixel, single-color OLED display, 3-axis accelerometer, cylindrical vibration motor, charges via magnetic proprietary USB cable, and connects to supported mobile devices via Bluetooth LE. The smartphones supported include Apple's iPhone 5 or later with iOS 8 or later, as well as Android 4.3+ devices with Bluetooth 4.0 LE or later.
Razer Nabu Watch comes in two versions - standard and Forged Edition. The first one is priced at $149.99 USD and will become available by the end of the month, while the $199.99 USD premium black version with stainless steel buttons is already available at RazerStore retail locations and online.