Razer is finally going to start selling its long awaited Razer Nabu smartband to the general public on Tuesday. December 2 for the price of $99.99 for North American residents, but you might have a shot at getting one for $79.99.
US members of the Razer Insider forums will be the first in line to purchase the Razer Nabu at this lower price, and a message thread on those forums has all the details of how users can register their interest in purchasing the smartband. Razer states, "On the day pre-orders for Nabu opens (Dec 2nd), you will receive an email with a link to a Private Access store page to make your purchase. This store page is only accessible by pre-registered Razer Insiders."
Pre-registration will close at 10 am Pacific time (1 pm Eastern time) on Sunday. The first 5,000 units of the Razer Nabu that will go on sale for Razer Insider members will be of the medium-large variety and only come in black.
For everyone else in North America, the Razer Nabu will be priced at $99.99 and will go on sale online at Razer's online store in both small-medium and medium-large versions. The black version is the first one that will go on sale but Razer plans to launch versions in white, green and orange sometime later. The band works with Windows Phone devices with its two already released fitness apps but apparently won't support notifications.The Razer Nabu is a fitness tracker that shows users things like how many steps they have walked, how many hours they have slept and more. Finally, the smartband can communicate with other nearby Razer Nabu units. Will you be buying one on Tuesday?
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