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I've never seen this site before so I'm not sure how legit you guys are but I just thought I would point out a couple things that I noticed. I only read the very beginning and very end of this article. The reason is this - at the beginning you say that the Nabu has a 7 hour battery life. On the Razer site it says specifically that it should last for up to 7 DAYS. So right away I wasn't sure if you really knew what you were talking about. The lsat sentence says "...the Nuba could really be a wearable game-changer." You misspelled the name in the article. It's also misspelled in the URL but who knows if that was on purpose or if you're just really not sure if you're talking about the Nuba or the Nabu.
Can someone please sort the mistake at the top - its not 7 hours battery life, its 7 days. That nearly made me stop considering buying one when it comes out!
We've corrected it, thank you.
Still says seven hours under the "key features" section.Also, your photos are all out of focus; I can't really make out what this looks like.
To say something that isn't just criticizing the article here...I am so excited for this little gadget! I have been searching for articles about it, and tracking any changes in what people are saying. To point out something a little more specific, a few other articles I read said that Razer was expecting the Developer Nabu's to be released near the end of the first Quarter of 2014 (just realized how close that is to the planet, 'Naboo' from Star Wars, home of the Gungans... interesting. Haha). Also expecting the Consumer 'smartbands' (as they have been deemed by Razer) to be released either near the end of 2014, or early 2015. There are no for sure dates, or even estimated one that are in any way exact. Those are the most precise estimates I have seen so far. Anyways, I am totally excited for this! An affordable fitness tracker band that also acts as a notification center on your wrist. All for less than most fitness trackers currently available... Sign me up! HahaAlso, about the website itself and its credibility... Haven't looked into it, also haven't been here before. If I like it, I'll continue visiting.
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