Gaming company Razer has announced that they would be joining the wearable device market back in January, and also made an announcement this summer that they would be launching the Razer Nabu smartband very soon for a price tag under $100.
The Gaming company is closer to releasing its first Smartband, as the device was spotted going through the FCC for approval. Like many other smartbands on the market, its capable of tracking your activities such as distance traveled, steps and floors climbed.
The Razer Nabu is capable of syncing with your smartphone over a Bluetooth connection, and display data on the mobile app. Razer also plans to bring social features to the Nabu and to offer a set of developer tools so that we could see third-party apps for social, fitness, gaming, or other activities.