Tuesday, January 6, 2015

CES 2015 - Razer unveils Nabu X wearable ,a powered Android TV console and a new wireless gaming keyboard /mouse combo

Razer makes some of the best looking gaming kit out there , although the three headed snake usually comes in expensive gaming equipment , their new Nabu X fitness wearable and the Forge TV Android console are probably exceptions, and with their new product launch , Razer might be signaling their arrival to the world of mobile devices .

First up , we have the Razer Forge TV . This console like gadget is a set -up box for running and streaming Android games and content . The Forge TV runs Android 5.0 Lollipop (TV /console version) .The console has a Snapdragon 805 processor clocked to 2.5 Ghz and a Adreno 420 GPU .The box also has 2GB of RAM , 16GB of storage , a Ethernet port , USB 3.0 port , Bluetooth 4.1 ,Wifi 802.11 ac 2X2 and a HDMI 1.4 port , although the high end mobile phone specs are more than enough to play Android titles ,serious PC and Console gamer will probably have a laugh fest over this but considering that the Forge TV set up box costs just $100 , its more of a Ouya killer than a proper console rival .



The Razer Forge TV will also have the ability to play streaming games (Razer Cortex)  from a PC over Wifi (like the Shield/Nvidia GRID streaming system) . Even if you are not into gaming , the set up box can be used as a video streaming unit or a second Android device to view or browse the internet on .

Nvidia also launched the Razer Turret keyboard and mouse , which ,as the video shows , is aimed at couch gamers who require a wireless keyboard with a built in mousepad . The  keyboard has a built in Bluetooth LE for pairing or you can connect it over 2.4Ghz Wireless via the provided adapter.The re-chargable mouse has a 1000mAh battery and the Keyboard has a 1500 mAh battery unit . Ptice of the Keyboard set is still not available



Razer also had a experimental wearable called the Nabu , this year , Razer has simplified most of the features and reduced the cost to a very affordable $50 ($20 for Razer insider subscribers) (scroll below)

The Nabu X has 3 colored LED which you can customize according to your liking according to the type of notification you get on your phone  The wearable has a 5- 7 day battery life and it is IP67 certified . The Nabu X works with iPhones starting from the iPhone 5 and all the way to the latest iPhone 6/6 Plus  , Android devices with 4.3 and above are able to function with the wearable and its companion app .

The Nabu X has a fitness app and a built in acclerometer to track walking and other parameters , which are then send over Bluetooth LE to your smartphone .


Written by Rakitha for MasHD


Source - GSMArena

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