The Nabu features two screens which separate it from the competition. In order to protect the privacy of the wearer, both the screens are on opposite sites. It includes a 32-pixel square display that shows notification icons, and list text messages, emails, and other data.
These screens can also provide information about daily activity levels like fitness activities, sleep patterns, location, and altitude. It also comes with gestures support which can easily connect to either your iOS or Android smartphone via Bluetooth 4.0.
As the company claims the device will offer 7 to 10 days of battery life on a single charge and will retail for under $100. The device launch date is not available yet for general consumers but the developers who are interested in working on Nabu’s open development platform will be able to get this for $50 by the end of March.