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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