LeEco Introduced Its Smart Bicycle, The Super Bike
LeEco, the Chinese tech giant, said that its Android-enabled Super Bike will soon be available in the US. And it claims to be the ‘world’s first super bike’ that happens to feature an Android touchscreen. The bike has a 30-speed shift, a fingerprint-scanner, on-board lighting, built-in alarm and location tracker, and some other nifty bells and whistles your average Schwinn bicycle probably lacks.
LeEco Super Bike Display:
The 4-inch touchscreen of the Superbike takes the center stage and is housed in between the handlebars. This screen is powered by Android and it also comes with the EUI ecosystem. Which aims at the blending with the other LeEco products. Bikes chassis is made out of the forged aluminum and the saddle is made from the leather. However, the list of novelties just doesn’t stop there as the bike also comes with a music player, a fitness app, bike-bike com and also GPS voice navigation. The front and rear dual piston hydraulic brakes are just designed to shorten the stopping distance. And also facilitate effortless braking.
LeEco Super Bike Features:
Of course, the most super part about this bike is the bevy of smart and connected options. LeEco hasn’t skimped in this area as users will be able to enjoy the thing like a finger print scanner to unlock various features of the bike, as well as a fair amount of security all thanks to the built-in alarm that sends an alert to your smartphone should something be wrong. From a cyclists standpoint, the most beneficial aspects of this bike is surely going to be the lighting system that the LeEco has integrated with the bike.
LeEco Super Bike Price:
LeEco Bike is expected to be priced starting with $1000 range. And an identical variant has already been up for sale in China. LeEco also showcased its self-driving cars meant for Streets of San Francisco.