LeEco has announced a handful of new products today to show that it’s serious about competing in the U.S. market. If you aren’t interested in its TVs or smartphones, perhaps you might like to buy a bike. LeEco today announced that it claims to be the “world’s first super bike” which happens to feature an Android touchscreen. It also has a handful of other features which you may not find in your average bike but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Some of the other features in LeEco’s Android-powered smart bike include a fingerprint scanner, onboard lighting, 30 speed shift, a built-in alarm, and location tracker among other features. There’s a 4 inch touchscreen display between the handlebars that’s powered by Android.

The touchscreen enables users to access features like ride and trip tracking, bike-to-bike voice communication, GPS voice navigation, music player, and bike security tracker. It’s essentially a small Android tablet that offers a select few features aimed at elevating the bike riding experience.

LeEco hasn’t confirmed exactly when this super bike is going to go on sale in the country. The company has only said that it’s going to hit the roads in the U.S. It’s unclear right now how much LeEco is going to charge for this.

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