LeEco is a chinese company which is gaining popularity all over the world and it demands attention, One of its most fun products is called Le Syvrac. Equal parts mountain bike and smartphone, this brilliant invention runs a version of Google’s Android software on a 4-inch display nestled in between the handlebars. It’s powered by a quad-core processor with 4GB of RAM, and also has laser pointers, a heart rate sensor, and a built-in speaker and camera. So it is a smartphone on wheels.
LeEco has built lasers into Le Syvrac, which beam out red lines on either side of the bike to give nearby car drivers an indication of the safe distance to keep away from the bicycle. It also includes the integrated alarm system and smartphone app compatibility that will let you offload your tracking data from LeEco’s bike.
The LeEco Le Syvrac is already on sale in China, with prices ranging from $800 to more than $6,000 for the all-carbon frame option. LeEco wants to bring its smart bike to the United States later this year. So stay tuned for more news.