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Best price for Razer Nabu in Malaysia is RM 376.50

You can buy the Razer Nabu at the lowest price of RM 376.50 from Lazada which is 18% cheaper than the Razer Nabu that is sold by Youbeli at the price of RM 459.00.
Alternatively, the Razer Nabu is also sold in Indonesia at Lazada with the price of RM 500.00 and Philippines at Lazada with the price of RM 455.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of RM 403.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of RM 406.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 10 August 2018, 17:50.

Price List by Country for Razer Nabu

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 1.747.000 MYR 500.00
Malaysia MYR 376.50 MYR 377.00
Philippines PHP 5,931.00 MYR 455.00
Singapore SGD 135.20 MYR 403.00
Thailand THB 3,298 MYR 406.00

Specs of Razer Nabu

Display
Display Resolution 128 x 32pixels
Always-on Display
Display Type OLED
Multi-touch
Operating System
iOS Compatibility
Android Compatibility
Windows Phone Compatibility
Operation System Android
Body
Housing Material Silicone
Housing Colour Black
Housing Shape Rectangular
Dimensions (W x H x D) 53 x 33 x 53mm
Watch Strap
Watch Strap Colour Black
Watch Strap Material Silicone
Launch
Release Year 2015
Memory
Memory Card Slot
Features
Water Resistant
Built-in Microphone
SIM Card Slot
Connectivity
Bluetooth
USB
Functions
Radio
Music Player
Messaging
Stopwatch
Sleep Tracker
Pedometer
Camera
Built-in Camera
Battery
Battery Life 144h

Razer Nabu Smartwatch Features and Review in Malaysia

Razer Nabu Malaysia - The World is in Your Wrist

Razer is better known for its gaming peripherals but it also has a wide variety of other products in its inventory, one of it being the Razer Nabu smartband.

Notifications on Your Wrist

The Razer Nabu aims to be an all in one fitness smartband that is useful for not just gamers, but the mass market looking for a wearable device that can go hand in hand with their smartphones. Unlike many other simpler fitness bands out there, the Razer Nabu band has a tiny 128 x 16-pixel OLED display that sits in the middle, giving the user a visual notification of messages, alerts, and menu options; as well as through a gentle vibrating feedback. The display of the Nabu is meant to be worn on the lower side of the wrist, facing down; this is for privacy keeping purposes where others could potentially read your own messages.

Similar to a smartwatch, the Razer Nabu’s OLED display gives users short glimpses of messages and text notifications that are easy to glance at; so it makes it easy for the user to decide whether to respond immediately to an urgent notification or to just reply a less important text later on. The display is also plenty bright to be able to be used in bright sunlight.

More than just Notifications

The Razer Nabu’s display isn’t just for users to get a glance at shortened pieces of information and text from their notifications, but it also serves as a navigation aid for the various functions that are built into the Razer Nabu itself. A single button sits on the top of the Razer Nabu’s display that acts as the sole navigation button for the entire smartband.

Clicking on the navigation button will cycle through the various functions on the Nabu, such as the steps counter, distance tracker, and also remote function for your smartphone. To complete the entire Nabu experience, however, the user would have to download the Razer Nabu application on their smartphone.

Stay Active, Stay Social – Razer Nabu Malaysia

The stereotype of gamers is that they are always at home and facing their computer; not out and about socializing with people. But we all know that stereotypes don’t always represent a community. Which is why the Razer Nabu has a social feature that lets you exchange contacts and social media accounts with just the shake of another Razer Nabu user! So get out there and stay active.

Reviews of Razer Nabu

t3me.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-30
Great battery life, Includes fitness tracking features
Fitness tracking is mostly inaccurate, Large design may be uncomfortable for some
Razer has always been known to make various gaming peripherals. From their line of gaming mice and mechanical keyboards, every gamer out there knows the brand and what it stands for. Which is why it is somewhat a surprise that the company has released a n...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-21
“For gamers, by gamers” is the kind of motto that sells liquid-cooled spec-obsessed towers, headsets, rumbling lounge chairs, and ergonomic mice with more buttons than a double-breasted suit. Razer, however, has these words stamped into the back of its we...
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madshrimps.be
Reviewed on 2016-03-10
Razer has been active in the gaming scene for more than 10 years, each year since their existence branching into new areas. My current mouse is still gliding over a (now ancient) Everglide Giganta has served me well, today however the product is less gami...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-10
Useful display, Good battery life
Few features, Bulky, Tough-to-press button, Attracts dust
The Razer Nabu is essentially a Nabu X with a display. It's a wristband that tracks basic fitness stats and pushes notifications from your smartphone to your wrist. It also shares your social media info with other Nabu users, and Razer plans to add ARGs (...
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Bjorn3d.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-05
Email and Private Message Relay, Wide Range Of Social Media Supported, Watch Auto On Feature, Fitness Tracking
Price, USB Charger Cord Is Short, Charger Cord Is Proprietary When It Needs To BE MiniUSB, If You Use The Full Capability The Messages And Alerts Overwhelm, No Option To Send Back Canned Messages like “Driving” Most Functions Can Be Done By Phone Apps, B...
The Razer NABU is a Smartband which is a cousin of a smart watch, it offers more than just your ordinary watches functions. You can set it to (among other things) to relay your email, your private messages, texts and some heath stuff like how far you walk...
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lanoc.org
Reviewed on 2016-01-28
Generally, I tend to consider myself up to date with technology, I mean I spend my days testing and writing about the latest and greatest. Every once in a while though something slips past me. A few years ago at CES Razer introduced their Nabu. It wasn't...
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gamecrate.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-03
The wearable fitness tracker market is more crowded than ever. While most modern phones are capable of tracking basics like steps taken and distance traveled, fitness trackers offer a more convenient way to monitor this info, and usually bring some bells...
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cgmagonline.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-07
The gamification of fitness section of the market has gotten rather crowded in recent months. Starting with devices such as the Nike Fuelband and the Fitbit, now every major hardware maker has something in the range of devices aimed at keeping you fit. No...
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