Building on the design of its previously launched ￼electric scooter, hardware manufacturer Archos has today unveiled the first Google Android electric scooter in the form of the Archos Citee Connect range designed and assembled in France. The Archos Citee Connect electric scooter range uses the power of Google’s Android operating system to provide a wealth of features including navigation and will be available to version is the Archos Citee and Archos Citee Power which will be available during April 2018 priced at €400 and during the summer 2018 priced at €500 respectively.
Equipped with a 5 inch high definition screen on the handlebars running a multimedia dashboard application the electric scooter provides riders with all the functions of an Android smartphone, powered by a quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of flash memory and comes preloaded with Google’s Android 8 “Oreo” mobile operating system. The on-board computer is capable of showing speed, distance travelled, remaining battery level and is connected to 3G enabling riders to use numerous applications for navigation and exploration.
The Archos Citee Connect is equipped with 8.5 inches wheels with puncture-proof and dimpled tyres for better suspension and is powered by a 250W motor and its 36V battery provides riders with a range over 25km in urban areas. While the Citee Power offers a faster speed and a slightly smaller range enabling riders to reach 25 km/h for a range of 18 to 22 kms. For more information on the range of new Archos electric scooters jump over to the official website by following the link below.
Source: ArchosFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Hardware, Top News