26, January 2016: With the end of the CES, 2016, both the visitors and exhibitors have gained a lot. As an emerging sector, self-balancing electric scooter has captured much attention during the past year and the attention will continue in 2016. Airwheel, as the leader in the portable and smart scooter brand, has displayed a variety of intelligent electric scooters. The following will disclose some interesting sidelights of Airwheel self-balancing electric scooter on CES, 2016.
CES 2016 is held in Las Vegas, from 6th to 9th, Jan. on 4th, Jan, the Airwheel team has arrived the exhibition hall and the staff has set up booth. As we know, the exhibition hall usually covers large land, resulting in the commuting toilsome. When the Airwheel team arrived its booth with the Airwheel kinds of electric self-balancing scooter, Airwheel team offered to facilitate their working speed. Actually, the Airwheel two wheel self-balancing electric scooters S3 and S5 have been widely adopted in large scaled entertainment theme parks, factories and airports, with the longer range and better balance.
There is one visitor leaving a deep impression on Airwheel worker, as he went out of his way to attend the CES to have trial riding of Airwheel M3 wireless remote control skateboard, as he has seen Airwheel M3 has appeared on the most famous crowd funding site IndieGoGo- http://igg.me/at/airwheel. The Airwheel M3 is created to make player feel and enjoy speed, featured by an intelligent "brain.” That is the double chip that controls all its functions not only ensures that all movement are always smooth and responsive to player’s commands, but also optimizes consumption for energy accumulated in the batteries.
The end of CES indicates the technology development trend and an increasing number of individuals will benefit from the advanced science and technology. Interested in Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter? Find them at http://www.airwheel.net.
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