Razer's Nabu smart band nears launch with a trip to the FCC

Razer Nabu

You’d be forgiven if you don’t remember Razer’s Nabu smart band. The company unveiled the activity tracker at CES in January, only to delay the release to late spring… and then to remain mostly silent as that launch window came and went. At last, however, there’s light at the end of the tunnel — the Nabu has just received FCC approval, suggesting that it’s close to release in at least the US. The filing doesn’t reveal any mysteries (shocker: it’s a Bluetooth wearable), but it’s nice to know that you’ll soon have intelligent wristwear that matches your gaming laptop.

Razer Nabu smart band at the FCC

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Source: Engadget - Read the full article here

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