This Android-powered smart bike has frickin' laser beams
Ever ride your bike to the park and go I can use a little more Android in my life.
Well, your luck.
LeEco is coming out with two smart bikes powered by Android 6.0.
They come in road and mountain bike version.
Both feature 4 inch touch screen that gives you stats on how far you've ridden and how fast you go.
Think of fitness tracker in bike form.
Like any Android phone, there's Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and even cellular connection.
You can get turn by turn directions thanks to GPS.
And you can even stream music.
The 6,000 milliamp battery supposed to last 6 hours and charges by micro USB.
Another highlight are the lasers that emit on handlebar that create a virtual lane.
These two bikes are said to come out late the 2nd quarter.
There's no word yet on prices.
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