Archos debuts the first Android-powered scooter

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The French company Archos has manufactured everything from tablets to drones, and is now adding another product to its list: the world's first Android scooter. Named Citee Connect, the scooter has a multimedia board that integrates all the functions of a phone in a housing that protects against shock and bad weather.
The Citee Connect screen is a 5-inch screen that sits between the handlebars. It is powered by a quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of flash memory, runs Android Oreo and has 3G support. Archos does not explicitly say what the screen can be used for, but it does show that it runs Google Maps, so there it is. Like other Archos scooters, there is the option to download a complementary application, which can remotely control a spool lock …

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