LeEco pedals an Android-powered road bike right into CES
LeEco, the video streaming and tech mega company based in China announced two smart bikes this year at CES.
One of which is a smart road bike.
What makes these bikes so smart is the four inch touch screen attached to the handlebars.
The screen runs a version of Google Android Marshmallow, and can display turn by turn direction Music, fitness tracking and more.
There is also a walkie-talkie feature, where you can speak and from other low-eco smart bike owners.
All this gadgetry is water-resistant and runs on a snapdragon 4-10 processor and a 6.0 amp/hour battery.
As for the bike itself, the 11-speed bike has a carbon-fibre frame and it is pretty light at 19 pounds.
But pricing hasn't been announced.
LeEco said that the bikes will come to the US in the second quarter of this year.
For more information about the LeEco smart bikes and all our CES 2017 coverage.
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