Razer is making a lot of big promises with the Nabu. But even if it doesn't deliver smooth functionality, the Nabu will likely still work as a solid activity tracker at a potentially cheaper price compared to similar devices.
Before it was recalled due to skin allergy complaints, the Fitbit Force set you back $130 with far less functionality than the Nabu.
The Razer won't be the cheapest wristband on the market with devices like Xiaomi's recently announced $13 MiBand. But as we mentioned just recently, prices for activity-tracking wearables are heading south--even for feature-packed ones like the Nabu.
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