After launching tablets to drones, French company Archos is now launching the world's first Android-based scooter. Named as Citee Connect, the scooter has a 5-inch display with a quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 3G support, OS, 8GB of Flash memory and much more along with the functionality of protecting against shocks and bad weather. Check the complete news here.
Android Oreo has been used on world’s first Android powered scooter bought out by French company Archos. This advanced scooter is well-protected against shocks and bad weather. Google has expanded its business strategy from a mere search engine to a service provider and its brainchild Android operating system is used to power up scooters as well. We thought mobile app development is the greatest find of modern science but little did we imagine the operating system which has given birth to many apps can actually run a bike? We are definitely in for more surprises in future.
The French manufacturer is expanding its urban mobility range with two more new models - Archos Citee and Archos Citee Power scooters.
The Archos Citee and Archos Citee Power scooters will bring to the many riders eager to optimize their trips, solutions as enjoyable as reliable.
They will be available from April 2018 starting at €399.99. The Archos Citee Connect will hit the shelves in the summer of 2018 at €499.99.
Citee Connect has a 5-inch multimedia dashboard, which rests between the handlebars. The scooter's hardware is supported by 3G connectivity. The screen is powered by a quad-core chipset and includes 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage.
And exciting thing is the Citie Connect scooter can be fully charged in just 2-3 hours.
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