Razer has announced that it will make its Nabu smartband available on December 2.
The peripherals maker has said that the award-winning wearable will be sold in the US at first, as well as its RazerStore. The Razer Nabu will be made available in two sizes; small-medium and medium-large, as well as 4 different colours; green, white, orange and black. Razer will be shipping the black version only, with the 3 other colours launching in the near future.
The Razer Nabu smartband still isn’t out, but that hasn’t stopped the peripherals, and now wearables maker from releasing mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phone before its launch.
Razer released two apps, with the first being Nabu Fitness, recording user stats while wearing the band, measuring how many steps you’ve travelled, calories burned, and more. Nabu Utility is the second app released, which allows Nabu owners to set up their device, and play around with its notification settings, and much more. With these apps now being released, we should expect Razer to fully unleash the Nabu any week now, but CES 2015 is right around the corner, so maybe they’ll wait until then?