This bike desk can generate 75 watts of energy in a single hour of pedalling

Taiwanese electronics giant Acer recently unveiled its own version of the bike table called the eKinekt BD 3 at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Acer claims the eKinekt BD 3 is designed for a “sustainable and healthier lifestyle” and it certainly seems to offer a range of benefits for those who use it.

The eKinekt BD 3 converts kinetic energy from cycling into electrical charge that can be used to power electronic devices such as laptops and smartphones. According to Acer, an hour of non-stop pedaling at 60 rpm can generate 75 watts of power on the machine. This means that you can not only exercise while you work, but also charge your devices at the same time.

Advantages of the eKinekt

In addition to its power-generating capabilities, the eKinekt BD 3 also offers a comfortable and convenient work environment. The desk can be moved closer to the seat in “work mode”, allowing users to sit more upright and type or participate in video calls more easily. When switching to “sport mode”, the desk is pushed forward to create more space for a more strenuous workout. The bike also features adjustable resistance levels, allowing users to customize their workouts to suit their fitness level and goals.

The eKinekt BD 3 bike desk has several features that make it convenient and easy to use. It has two USB Type-A ports and one USB Type-C port, so you can charge multiple devices at the same time. An LED display on the back of the bike lights up when you pedal, indicating that the kinetic energy you generate is being converted into electricity. To help users stay motivated, Acer has developed a companion app for the eKinekt BD 3 bike desk. The app displays the number of calories burned and the amount of electricity generated, which can be tracked on a built-in LCD display.

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