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Nexus users if u HV WiFi connectivity probs after updating to 5.1.1 just change ur frequency band to 2.4 GHz
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Sounds rite...ntng wrong in pirating music
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Spider-bot fitted with 26motors imitates spider
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dancing ya.. you should be dancing yaaaaaaaaa!!! dancing about getting a comment from a dragon 
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Turn any manual bike into an e-bike with this centinel wheel
The Centinel is swapped with a regular bike's back wheel – plans call for it to first be made in a 26-inch wheel size, with other sizes to follow.
The Centinel contains a microcontroller, two 180-watt motors (for a total of 360 watts) that can be removed for upgrading, and a 24-volt 13-amp lithium-ion battery that can also be taken out for charging.
It also has a Bluetooth 4.0 module, allowing it to communicate with an app on the user's iOS or Android smartphone. That app allows them to select the amount of electrical assistance provided and view the battery charge level, among other functions.
Additionally, the Centinel is able to monitor the user's cadence, automatically providing more assistance as needed in order to maintain that pace.
According to Hycore, the Seoul-based designer of the product, the Centinel has an electronically-limited top speed of 16 mph (26 km/h) and a range of approximately 30 miles (48 km). By comparison, both the Copenhagen Wheel and the FlyKly can go up to 20 mph and have a range of about 30 miles.
#technology #technews #ebike
SOURCE:http://www.gizmag.com/centinel-electric-bike-wheel/37620/
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Turn any manual bike into an e-bike with this centinel wheel
The Centinel is swapped with a regular bike's back wheel – plans call for it to first be made in a 26-inch wheel size, with other sizes to follow.
The Centinel contains a microcontroller, two 180-watt motors (for a total of 360 watts) that can be removed for upgrading, and a 24-volt 13-amp lithium-ion battery that can also be taken out for charging.
It also has a Bluetooth 4.0 module, allowing it to communicate with an app on the user's iOS or Android smartphone. That app allows them to select the amount of electrical assistance provided and view the battery charge level, among other functions.
Additionally, the Centinel is able to monitor the user's cadence, automatically providing more assistance as needed in order to maintain that pace.
According to Hycore, the Seoul-based designer of the product, the Centinel has an electronically-limited top speed of 16 mph (26 km/h) and a range of approximately 30 miles (48 km). By comparison, both the Copenhagen Wheel and the FlyKly can go up to 20 mph and have a range of about 30 miles.
#technology #technews #ebike
SOURCE:http://www.gizmag.com/centinel-electric-bike-wheel/37620/
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+Matt Kritzstein I could use a little help riding right now..
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I saw this while listening to Uptown Funk....('-')
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Turn any manual bike into an e-bike with this centinel wheel
The Centinel is swapped with a regular bike's back wheel – plans call for it to first be made in a 26-inch wheel size, with other sizes to follow.
The Centinel contains a microcontroller, two 180-watt motors (for a total of 360 watts) that can be removed for upgrading, and a 24-volt 13-amp lithium-ion battery that can also be taken out for charging.
It also has a Bluetooth 4.0 module, allowing it to communicate with an app on the user's iOS or Android smartphone. That app allows them to select the amount of electrical assistance provided and view the battery charge level, among other functions.
Additionally, the Centinel is able to monitor the user's cadence, automatically providing more assistance as needed in order to maintain that pace.
According to Hycore, the Seoul-based designer of the product, the Centinel has an electronically-limited top speed of 16 mph (26 km/h) and a range of approximately 30 miles (48 km). By comparison, both the Copenhagen Wheel and the FlyKly can go up to 20 mph and have a range of about 30 miles.
#technology #technews #ebike
SOURCE:http://www.gizmag.com/centinel-electric-bike-wheel/37620/
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Turn any manual bike into an e-bike with this centinel wheel
The Centinel is swapped with a regular bike's back wheel – plans call for it to first be made in a 26-inch wheel size, with other sizes to follow.
The Centinel contains a microcontroller, two 180-watt motors (for a total of 360 watts) that can be removed for upgrading, and a 24-volt 13-amp lithium-ion battery that can also be taken out for charging.
It also has a Bluetooth 4.0 module, allowing it to communicate with an app on the user's iOS or Android smartphone. That app allows them to select the amount of electrical assistance provided and view the battery charge level, among other functions.
Additionally, the Centinel is able to monitor the user's cadence, automatically providing more assistance as needed in order to maintain that pace.
According to Hycore, the Seoul-based designer of the product, the Centinel has an electronically-limited top speed of 16 mph (26 km/h) and a range of approximately 30 miles (48 km). By comparison, both the Copenhagen Wheel and the FlyKly can go up to 20 mph and have a range of about 30 miles.
#technology #technews #ebike
SOURCE:http://www.gizmag.com/centinel-electric-bike-wheel/37620/
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That should be easy to find one.
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  • jss international school
    science, 2008 - 2009
  • srv boys higher secondary school
    basic engineering, 2009 - 2011
  • bannari amman institute of technology
    mechanical engineering, 2011 - 2015
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thorai.sometimes ive been also called as a monkey
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i'am a technocrat doing some technical crap
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i'ám a guy who basically believe that technology is the saviour of the world.i love android phones.video games,chatting,adding people into my circles.currently im much interested in the field of energy and doing my level best to improve the availability of energy resources.iam a die hard fan of pop music and i want to finish off this engineering stuff and make some$to create a society for protecting animals...

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survived after writing higher secondary examinations
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engineer
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i can fluently speak up 4 languages nd im good at biking..
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