LeEco to Launch Its Android-Powered Smart Bikes to the US in Q2 2017

LeEco, the China-based company that dabbles in a little bit of everything, announced at CES that it intends to launch its Android-powered smart bikes during Q2 of this year.

The organization's two new bicycles — the Smart Road Bike and the Smart Mountain Bike — each have the sorts of things you requirement for those separate sorts of biking: seats, wheels, and carbon fiber outlines. They're both 11-speed bicycles,

The LeEco Smart Mountain Bike weights 26.9 pounds, while the Smart Road Bike is 18.5 pounds. The tech inside both models is water resistant, meaning rain and other inclement weather conditions shouldn't inflict any damage.

The LeEco Smart Mountain Bike features Toray T700 carbon fiber frame and handlebar, SR Suntour XCR Air front fork, and the popular 27.5”/650b diameter wheelset, weighing in at 26.9 pounds. The 11-speed one-by drivetrain model also utilizes a single chain ring crankset, quick and smooth rear derailleur, and a wide-range 11-42 tooth cassette. Other features include a sturdy hydraulic brake set

Some of the other features in LeEco’s Android-powered smart bike include a fingerprint scanner, onboard lighting, 30 speed shift, a built-in alarm, and location tracker among other features. There’s a 4 inch touchscreen display between the handlebars that’s powered by Android.

LeEco Smart Mountain Bike

Toray T700 carbon-fiber frame and handlebar
SR Suntour XCR Air front fork
27.5-inch/650b diameter wheelset
11-speed one-by drivetrain
Single chain ring crankset, rear derailleur
26.9 pounds (12.2 kg)
11-42 tooth cassette
Hydraulic brake set
LeEco Smart Road Bike

Aerodynamic Toray T700 carbon fiber frame, fork, seat post, handlebar and wheels
Single chain ring up front, wide-range cassette in back
Dual-pivot technology, shift/brake levers, lightweight carbon-fiber handlebar
18.5 pounds (8.4 kg)
11-speed one-by drivetrain
source :techgiri.com

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