An Android-powered Peloton Bike?
Designed from the ground up by Peloton in NYC, the Peloton bike merges a slick design with modern technology powered by Google's popular mobile Android operating system.
"With a near-silent belt drive system and a magnetic resistance flywheel, this bike rides smooth and quiet, [with] carbon steel and monocoque construction " a Peloton Bike representative wrote in a recent Kickstarter post.
"[It also features a] 21.5" Full HD, multitouch console, connecting your home WiFi to deliver live and on demand studio cycling classes from the best cycling instructors - anytime."
Indeed, the Peloton homescreen provides quick access to fantastic classes broadcast live or on demand.
"[So you can] choose your favorite instructor, class type, or find a ride that's popular with your friends," said the representative. "Live classes are broadcast from Peloton's studio in NYC on a regular basis each day and new on demand classes are always added to the on demand library so you can get a great workout anytime."
Full tech specs are as follows:
- PCAP multitouch
- 21.5" full HD 1080p screen
- 1.5Ghz TI OMAP 4470 dual-core processor
- 1 GB RAM
- 16 GB Internal Flash Storage
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- ANT+ Wireless
- Bluetooth 4.0
- 100Mbps Ethernet
- 2 x 3 Watt Stereo Speakers
- 3.5mm TRRS Headphone and Microphone Connector
- 1.3 Megapixel Front Facing Camera
- Android 4.1
- Peloton Cycle Data Connector
Additional information can be found here on Peloton's official Kickstarter page.