LeEco's US Launch Of Their Super Bike Is In The Near Future

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Today at LeEco's event, the company announced a handful of different connected products, which did include mobile products such as the Le Pro3 and the Le S3, as well as a range of different smart TVs, but it also included the announcement of some tech that is a little more non-traditional. Today LeEco announced the "world's first super bike," which has a plethora of features built into the bike, including a touchscreen display unit that's powered by Android software. While that's just one of the features that fits into the connected category, the bike will also come with features that are focused more on the actual bike function, like a 3-speed shifting option.

Of course, the most super part about this super bike is the bevy of smart and connected options. LeEco has not skimped in this area as users will be able to enjoy thing like a finger print scanner to unlock various features of the bike, as well as a fair amount of security thanks to the built-in alarm that sends an alert to your smartphone should something be wrong. From a cyclists standpoint, one of the most beneficial aspects of this bike is surely going to be the lighting system that LeEco has integrated with the bike.

The head lamp or essentially the front bike light, as well as rear-facing and rear-mounted laser lights help to keep cyclists visible in dark situations. With all of the lights being built into the bike itself instead of being attachments that have to be added on or removed when needed and not needed, making sure that the lights are always there and ready to paint the cyclist in visibility is certainly one of the more functional features of the bike, and makes things extremely easy, as there's no forgetting lights when riding this thing. There's also a location tracker just in case you either forget where you locked the bike up or in case it gets stolen. The Android-powered display is made easily accessible as it was placed in the middle of the handle bars so it's both within easy reach during a ride, and it's clearly visible thanks to being in a centralized location.

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