Even gamers need to tell the time – the time to decimate their opponents and win tournaments of all kinds. It is also beneficial for them to be able to get access to their smartphone’s notifications in short glanceable pieces of information, without fulling distracting from their game. Clad in a tough body and packed with great functionality, the Razer Nabu is the watch for gamers, by gamers. Read more below!
In this day and age, we are constantly connected to the Internet and our networks through our smartphones and computers. Hardly a single moment goes by these days where people don’t bring up their smartphones to check their notifications and browse social media. Sometimes doing such a thing can be very bothersome, especially when you’re in the company with others.
The Razer Nabu watch looks unlike every other smartwatch out there. First of all, its main display isn’t actually a display at all. Its resembles more to that of the Casio G-Shock digital watches with its digital display and a bulky and durable body. What makes the Razer Nabu watch stand out from the rest of the competition is the inclusion of a secondary screen below the main digital display that delivers notifications from your smartphones to your wrist in a very discreet manner.
The small secondary screen lets the user access and view their notifications from their smartphones without making it very obvious. A larger display that shows your notification may let people read your private message, but a small display like that on the Razer Nabu watch keeps the privacy of your messages. The small smart screen is also small enough to not interfere and distract you from other tasks. It isn’t quite a smartwatch, but more of a watch that’s smart.
The Razer Nabu isn’t just a watch for your daily activities, it also tracks your fitness activities. Fitness and workout activities such as your steps and distances travelled are all recorded by the Razer Nabu Watch through the use of the Razer Nabu Watch’s app. You can stay informed of your notifications and also keep track of all of your activities with the Razer Nabu Watch
Where other smartwatches struggle to keep up with a day’s worth of digital activities, the Razer Nabu is able to actively tell you the time for 12 months with the easily replaceable coin-cell battery. The secondary smart screen however requires a charge, but only after 7 days – a battery life that’s still longer than most other smartwatches.
|Release Date in Hong Kong|
|Ports & interfaces|
|Battery technology||Lithium Polymer (LiPo)|
|Battery life||168 h|
|Display resolution||128 x 16 pixels|
|Personal info management (PIM)||Alarm clock, Calendar|