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Archos debuts the first Android-powered electric scooter

Archos has just officially announced the Citee Connect, an electric scooter with an integrated Android-powered device right out of the box.

Designed and assembled in France, the scooter is equipped with a built-in device — a 5-inch screen with modest internals, 3G, WiFi, and Android Oreo to boot. The OS integration enables the user to navigate around without bringing out their personal device and can be used to lock the electric scooter through a companion app. That’s aside from the electric scooter specifications which composes of a body that can support up to 100kg of weight, 8.5-inch dimpled wheels, and a 6000mAh battery that can travel at a distance of 18-22kms.

Archos Citee Connect key specs:
5-inch IPS display
Gorilla Glass protection
Quad-core processor
1GB RAM
8GB internal memory
Single SIM
3G
WiFi
GPS
Splash Resistance
350W 2-speed motor
8.5-inch dimpled wheels
disc brakes
rear lock
25km/h peak speed
18-22kms travel distance
Android 8.0 Oreo
6000mAh Lithium battery
1000 x 405 x 921 mm (dimensions, unfolded)
1000 x 405 x 236 mm (dimensions, folded)
13kgs (weight)

The Archos Citee Connect will be available in Q3 2017 with a EUR500 price tag, or roughly Php32,300 when directly converted.

Source: Archos


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1 Response

  1. SexyAndroid says:

    That should do it, but probably the battery inside will start bulging. That”s obvious right? Seem interesting. . . though. But Php 32k if directed to peso. lol buti pa bili nalang ng normal na scooter. :)

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