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21 Mar, 2023
2 min time to read

It will be an ultralight AI-powered e-bike designed for urban commuting.

Acer has announced its entry into the e-bike market with the launch of its new product, the ebii e-bike. A departure from its traditional product offerings of PCs, laptops and accessories, the ebii is designed specifically for city riders and comes with AI features that adapt to riders' personal preferences and road conditions.

Weighing only 16 kg, the bike is lighter than most e-bikes and boasts a maximum assist speed of 25 km/h and a range of nearly 110 km on a single charge, taking only two and a half hours to reach full battery life.

“The all-new Acer ebii delivers on our commitment to sustainability via technology and creative design, further driven by the desire to enhance user’s mobility and experiences,” said Jerry Kao, Co-COO, Acer Inc.

In addition to its smart features, the ebii also comes with collision detection sensors, airless tires, and lights in every direction. The bike is linked to the ebiiGO app, which provides information on battery life, speed checks, recommended routes, and can be used to lock and unlock the bike.

Additionally, the bike will auto-lock when the linked phone is not in the immediate area, and has an anti-theft alarm for added security.

While Acer has not announced a release date or pricing details for the ebii, it marks the company's latest foray into the expanding e-bike market. With its unique features and innovative design, the ebii is poised to be a game-changer for city riders looking for a smarter and more convenient way to commute.

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