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Razer Unveils A Smartwatch With Dual Screens

Razer Unveils A Smartwatch With Dual Screens

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Razer is a no stranger to wearables, but it has announced a completely new smartwatch, which looks quite impressive. Dubbed the Razer Nabu Watch, the smartwatch comes in two versions – standard and Forged Edition, and both models feature unique dual screen system.

The device is advertised as “not a smartwatch but a watch that’s smart,” which is true since it comes with a much better battery life than the other smartwatches, while still keeping most of the smartwatch functions.

The watch function offers 12 months of autonomy thanks to a replaceable CR2032 coin cell battery. It features a 1/100 second stopwatch, countdown timer, full auto calendar, 3 multi-function alarms, world time and alarm.

The smartwatch section uses a lithium polymer battery that lasts up to 7 days of battery life. It features discreet notifications, fitness tracking and watch-to-watch communication.

The Razer Nabu Watch is currently compatible with iOS 8 or later and Android 4.3+ devices. The standard model, with tough polycarbonate materials, is priced at $149.99, while the Forged Edition with stainless steel buttons and a premium black finish is priced at $199.99. The latter is already available, while the former will become available by the end of the month.

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