LeEco Smart Bike runs on Android, has 4GB RAM, laser pointers, a heart rate sensor, and a built-in speaker and camera.

LeEco, the giant Chinese company, has just launched one of its most fun and exotic product called Le Syvrac at a recent CE China show in Shenzhen. This smart and outrageous mountain looking bicyle from LeEco comes with a broad range of connected hardware.

This bike runs a version of Google’s Android software and if that was not enough, it also has laser pointers. Partly mountain bike and partly smartphone, this has a 4-inch display and has a fairly hefty 4GB of RAM. Nestled between the handlebars is what appears to be a small phone. The phone is running a special skin just for the bike. It allows you to do typical things like make calls and send texts, but the interesting features are linked into the bike. It’s great for getting directions, and every time you take a trip it’s recorded. Also, cuddled up in the handlebars is a heart rate sensor for more accurate fitness tracking on the move. It also has built in lights, a speaker, a camera and even a lock.

For the fun part, the handlebars have built-in indicator lights like similar to the ones on a car. Tap a button on the handle and it will blink to show the direction you’re turning. You will also find buttons in the handlebar for controlling music on the built-in phone. The real reason you’re here is the lasers. At night, a red laser shines on the ground on your left and right side of the bike to give closing car drivers a warning of the safe distance to keep away from the bicycle.

The LeEco Le Syvrac is already on sale in China and comes with three different spec levels, with prices starting from $800 to more than $6,000 for the all-carbon frame option. LeEco wants to bring its smart bike to the United States later this year, reports Digital Trends.