CeBIT was first established in 1970, with the opening of the Hanover fairground’s new Hall 1, then the largest exhibition hall in the world. It is considered a barometer of current trends and a measure of the state of the art in information technology. It is organized by Deutsche Messe AG. At CeBIT 2016, from 14 – 18 March, Airwheel self-balancing electric scooter will tell you the transportation development trend in Hall 17-H06, which must belong to the green and convenient vehicle.
At this grand exhibition, Airwheel is highlighting its newest products, including Airwheel 2 wheel electric skateboards Z3, saddle-equipped electric scooter S6 and wireless remote control skateboard M3, apart from the Airwheel one wheel scooters, twin-wheeled electric scooters and two wheel self-balancing electric scooters. Airwheel attaches great importance to these three new products, as they are not designed for certain group of people, but aiming for the public.
The Airwheel Z3 is a novel 2-wheeled electric scooter, which is different from the S series and A series, by adding a brake assist systems, to shorten braking distance when there is emergency braking. What’s more, the obverse standing design makes the Z3 outstanding, as it changes the side standing which easily cause fatigue. More importantly, the DIY battery design let riders say goodbye to blackout halfway.
As a new product, Airwheel S6 intelligent electric scooter differs from the other members in S series and A series. Based on the merits of S series, a saddle has been added to Airwheel S6 mini self-balancing scooter without a control shaft. With multi-riding posture makes S6 is more prominent than the first sitting posture self-balancing scooter A3.
Airwheel M3 maple electric skateboard, by adding lithium battery and remote control has brought the learning difficulty down. They are all displayed in Hall 17-H06.