According to ‘doctors’ and ‘experts,’ if a person exercises a good amount they will, in turn, reap a whole myriad of health benefits. Sure, we can all get behind that. However, getting in the exercise groove isn’t exactly the easiest thing in the world. Standing up and doing stuff is so hard and hanging out and eating burritos is so easy. That’s where wearables come in. Smartwatches and fitness trackers can act as personal trainers of sorts, gently nudging us in the right direction. Of course, a fitness band will never inappropriately touch our thigh as they are showing us how to do a yoga pose. There’s always that.
One of the most exciting fitness tracking armbands coming down the pike has to be Razer’s Nabu. This thing has a whole suite of interesting functions, including Bluetooth, easy to read menus and a bunch of cool sensors that keep track of just about every activity you undertake, burrito eating withstanding. Even cooler? It’s on the way sooner than one would expect. The company just underwent a meet-cute with the FCC and it has been approved to be sold in both brick and mortal and Internet retail locations. Soon, my amigos, very soon.
As far as the price, that is still a mystery. They haven’t announced anything yet, but one could assume it would cost anywhere between $1 and $1,000, give or take any amount of money you can think of. We’ll have more information when it gets released in the world.