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Razer Nabu X: an affordable little wrist-wearable that glowsThree colored lights and vibrations replace a screen on Razer's latest fitness tracker and semi-social wearable, and it only costs $50.
[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Scott Stein at CES in Las Vegas and I've got in my wrist a Razor Nabu X. Oh, look at that, it's lighting up. It's got something to tell me. Do you remember the Nabu from last year? Razor entered wearables was something that you put on your wrist, it had a screen and was able to do fitness tracking, sleep tracking, and also some social connectivity. Well, now they're back and the Nabu X is even more affordable. It's $50. But it's being avail, it's being sold next week for people in the Razer Insiders community for 19.99. $50 is still really affordable. It's water-resistant. It does your basic fitness tracking of steps and automatic sleep. And it has three glowing lights here, and that these lights can be red, green, or blue. You can customize them to be able to do set them up for various notifications, incoming call. Social media, that type of stuff. With the proximity based technology called Highfive, if you're near other Nambu X owners, you'll be able to share your Facebook or Twitter information or find out what team games they're playing with the connected app. This thing comes in three different colors. It has a silicone style design, easy attach, and it lasts seven days on battery life. It's your CES 2015 will be available by the end of January. At CES 2015 I'm Scott Stein. [MUSIC]