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  • Kyle Chua

Acer Unveils ebii, an E-Bike With AI Features

Acer, which is primarily known for its computer hardware and peripherals, is venturing into mobility products.

Credit: Acer

The Taiwanese tech giant announced ebii on Monday, 20 March, a lightweight e-bike with artificial intelligence (AI) features that enable it to personalise your riding experience. The device's ebiiAssist system can adapt to your pedalling power and automatically adjust gears depending on road conditions to make your ride as smooth as possible.


The ebii boasts a lightweight form factor, being made from an aluminium alloy frame. It weighs 16kg or around 35 pounds, making it lighter than most e-bikes in the market today.


When it comes to speed, Acer claims it can reach a maximum assist speed of 25km per hour. It can also go a little under 110km on a single charge.


Speaking of charging, the e-bike takes about 2.5 hours to fully top up. You can also detach the battery pack from what Acer calls the ebii Box, the triangular control unit that houses the e-bike's internal components. Removing the battery lets you use it to charge your smartphone or laptop in case you need a portable power source while you're on the go.

Credit: Acer

The ebii also ships with a number of safety and security features to make your commutes worry-free. For safety, it's decked out with sensors for collision detection and front, rear and side lights for evening rides. For security, meanwhile, it can automatically lock itself when it detects your smartphone is no longer within the connection range. You can also download the ebiiGo companion app to be notified in the event of a potential theft, with the onboard GPS positioning helping you track your e-bike. The app contains other useful information too, such as battery life, recommended routes and speed checks, among others.


Acer has yet to announce how much the ebii will cost and when it will come out.

 
  • Acer has unveiled ebii, a lightweight e-bike with artificial intelligence (AI) features that enable it to personalise your riding experience.

  • The device's ebiiAssist system can adapt to your pedalling power and automatically adjust gears depending on road conditions to make your ride as smooth as possible.

  • Acer has yet to announce how much the e-bike will cost and when it will come out.

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