Archos announces world’s first Android-powered scooter, will cost €499.99 ($617)

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French tech company Archos is largely known for its budget Android phones and tablets, but it has also been producing mobility devices for the past year (in Europe, at least). In case you ever wanted a scooter running Android, Archos has you covered with its new ‘Citee Connect’ scooter, which goes on sale this summer for €499.99 (about $ 617).

The Citee Connect is equipped with large puncture-proof 8.5-inch wheels, a 250W motor, and a 36W battery.

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[Deal Alert] Anker’s Android-powered pico projector is $296 ($53 off) on Amazon

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Anker released its first portable projector, the Nebula Mars, last year. It was a decent product, and the company launched a smaller version on Indiegogo last year, named the Nebula Capsule. Now you can grab the Capsule for $ 296, a savings of $ 53 from the original retail price.

The projector is only slightly bigger than a soda can, but can project an image of up to 100 inches across with 100 ANSI Lumens of brightness.

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Android-powered Essential Phone estimated to have shipped just 88K units in 2017

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Despite being one of the first handsets on the market with an edge-to-edge display, the Essential Phone, pioneered by former Android chief Andy Rubin, failed to compete with the likes of Apple’s iPhone X in any meaningful way, with one new estimate suggesting just 88,000 units were shipped last year.
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Anker’s tiny Android-powered portable projector is now on sale

Anker released its first portable projector last year, under its new ‘Nebula’ brand. The Nebula Mars was a solid projector, but the outdated version of Android held it back. Anker released its smaller Nebula Capsule projector on Indiegogo a few months ago, where it quickly surpassed the funding goal of $ 50,000.

If you missed the Indiegogo campaign, you can now buy the Nebula Capsule on Amazon. It’s priced at $ 349, which is quite a bit more than the $ 199 Early Bird price.

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Olympus announces Android-powered Google Glass clone with a processor from 2011

Despite all of the product’s problems, I still wish Google had decided to release Google Glass to the general public (the $ 1,500 Explorer edition doesn’t count). The company decided that medical institutions and industry were the markets for Glass, and now Olympus is following suit with its ‘EyeTrek INSIGHT EI-10 Smart Glasses.’

Like Google Glass, the EI-10 projects an image in front of your eyes, so you can easily view information while your hands are occupied.

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