Imagine yourself, riding a bicycle that shoots out laser on both the sides to indicate your personal space on the road! How cool is it right? If you are craving for one such bicycle, then this article is ultimately for you!And you can purchase it now!
Meet Le Syvrac, the new Android powered Bicycle!
Beijing-headquartered LeEco (Formerly Letv) has added yet another amazing product in its portfolio named as Le Syvrac, following the launch of its self-driving car named smart LeSEE supercar.
Titanium body with 4GB RAM!
This superbike comes with a carbon fibre or titanium body with 4-inch display smartphone runs on Android OS platform integrated into the handlebar.
Despite the fact that it's a bicycle, this device is powered by a Quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz along with 4GB RAM along with laser pointers, a heart rate sensor, a built-in speaker, and camera.
Shoots out laser!
The laser in the cycle gets initiated naturally when the front and rear light are turned on Also the laser beams out red parallel lines on the both sides (approx 2 feets from pedals) of the cycle to give an indication to others to keep the distance away from them.
Moving on to the 4-inch device, it runs on custom UI called Bike OS. This device offers various information such as road speed, navigation, and fitness statistics provided by sensors mounted underneath the hand grips.
Bored? Turn on your music system and annoy some!
Riders can make use of music player with the inbuilt speaker attached to it. One can control the music player - volume, modes, and songs, with the buttons placed next to the hand grip.
Lock your bike with fingerprint!
The 4-inch display is secured with the fingerprint sensor, which also locks the bike itself, and the whole thing is powered by a battery that can be charged. On the top bar, which connects under the seat has three buttons - front and rear lights, power, and a camera.
The Le Syvrac is now available for sale in China carrying a price tag of $800 (Approx Rs. 53,000). Anyhow, the company hasn't announced anything about the global launch and pricing, we are hopeful that it will get launched soon.
Source: Digital Trends