LeEco’s Android Bicycle . . . With Lasers

This bicycle is straight up ridiculous. LeEco, a Chinese company, recently launched a new product, the Le Syvrac. Le Syvrac comes with a broad range of connected hardware which runs on Google’s Android software. Among other sweet features, it contains:

• 4-inch display mounted in between the handlebars,
• Heart rate sensor
• Built-in lasers used as a lane marker
• Camera
• Lock
• Speakers

While you’re at it, you can even make calls and send texts.

Sorry, you can’t add bacon.

It’s on sale in China with prices ranging from $800 to more than $6,000 for the all-carbon frame option. The company wants to bring this to the US later this year.

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Header image courtesy of O Magazine.

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