As home fitness gains momentum during the pandemic, Peloton has managed to make stationary bikes cool again. Her remote workers utilized bike desks to stay productive and on the move. Now, Acer is taking it one step further with a new bike stand that lets you charge your laptop or other device while pedaling. Acer unveiled his eKinekt BD 3 at his CES 2023 in Las Vegas. When a rider pedals on a bicycle table.
You can also follow your rider’s progress on the LCD display and the included smartphone app. The app provides real-time ride time, distance and speed information, as well as an estimated number of calories and watts burned while pedaling. Drivers can enter information into the app for more accurate tracking. Height, Weight, Gender and Age. The desk can be moved to the next two positions for him.
The kinetic energy produced is converted into electrical charge. Constant cycling at 60RPM for 1 hour can produce 75 watts of self-generated power. Two USB Type-A ports and one USB Type-C port can charge multiple mobile devices simultaneously. On the underside of the bike table is an LED charging indicator that lights up when you pedal to let you know that your kinetic energy is being converted.
In work mode, the desk surface moves closer to your chair so you can sit upright while typing and kicking. In Sport mode, the tabletop is further forward, so you can lean forward for more leg room and more pedaling power. The eKinekt’s table height and seat are adjustable, as is the resistance of the bike. It has a bag hook and a cup holder.
The eKinekt BD 3 will launch in North America in June for $99 9.c..m.e.d.r.
Acer also notes that the body of its desktop bike is made from post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic.
- With this innovative bike desk, you can power your laptop
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