Xiaomi introduced the “smart” bike QiCycle: electric motor, sync with a smartphone, a price tag of $455
Chinese Xiaomi introduced a compact electric bike QiCycle. The device will launch under the brand Mi Ecosystem, known as MIJIA.
The bike syncs via Bluetooth with your smartphone and transmits information on the distance traveled, speed, calories burned and more. This information is also displayed on a small screen fixed on the steering wheel. The bike weighs 13.5 kg.
The gadget is equipped with an aluminum frame and an electric motor with a power of 250 W, which will help the rider to pedaling (Torque Measurement Method) and supports three speed modes of the gear system Shimano.
QiCycle is equipped with a set of Panasonic batteries with a capacity of 18 650 mAh. According to the manufacturer, the power reserve is 45 km Bike, of course, can also be used without activating the motor.
Pre-orders for the new product is collected via a crowdfunding platform. The cost of the bike in China is equivalent to $455. About the timing of the sales and the possible emergence QiCycle outside of China.