Archos Unveils the World’s First Android-Powered Scooter

By: | March 1st, 2018

Android-Powered Scooter

Source: Archos

Citee Connect is a new scooter from French electronics company Archos, and it is quite a big step outside its normal range of products.

While the company has developed drones and tablets, these products pale in comparison to the latest creation from Archos: the world’s first Android-powered scooter.

Citee Connect features a 5-in. display that sits conveniently between the handlebars, which is powered by a quad-core processor, packs 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of flash memory, runs Android Oreo, and has 3G support.


According to Archos, the scooter can hit speeds around 22 to 25 kilometers per hour with a range of “over 25 kilometers in urban areas.”

Much faster, and you wouldn’t want to be looking down at Google Maps while cruising the streets.

At the moment, Citee Connect is expected to go on sale this summer for €499.99 (approximately $617).

Marshall Smith

Technology, engineering, and design enthusiast.

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