Wearable devices are aplenty at the CES and even companies like Razer – better known for its gaming accessories has also created one. Razer’s offering is known as the Nabu Smartband and is touted to be the world’s smallest wristband.
The Nabu not only tracks data like the number of steps walked, distance travelled, location information, sleep data, the Nabu will also show notifications on the wrist with the help of its two OLED notification screens. The Public Icon Screen will notify of the incoming call, text, emails, app updates, while the Private message screen (located on the inside of the wrist) shows detailed information on the calls, text, emails etc.
Furthermore, the Razer Nabu has a social angle to it that will notify users of other Nabu users in the vicinity or exchange contacts or befriend them with a handshake.
Razer has not announced the commercial pricing but expects to release in Q1 2014. Developers can get the band now for $49.