Acer is planning to expand its range of computers, monitors, and other electronic goods with the intriguing name ebii. The concept claims to be able to combine artificial intelligence elements with personal preferences, as well as automatically change gears depending on road conditions.
The novelty weighs about 15 kg – significantly less than most electric bikes. Acer claims that the bike can go more than 32 km / h and go more than 110 km without charging the batteries.
Batteries must be fully charged at least 2.5 hours per hour. A bicycle traction battery is suitable for charging almost any electronic device, from smartphones to notebooks.
In order to receive information about the battery level, recommended routes, speed checks, and lock/unlock the bike, you will need to purchase the ebiiGO app.
ebii is equipped with collision warning systems, provides illumination in any direction, and has airless tires that are non-affected by punctures. In the U.S. bike market, for example, a low-cost Lectric XP Lite can cost $800, while a new Audi electric mountain bike can cost more than $10,000.
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