Airwheel self-balancing electric scooter marches on. From the classic Airwheel X series, self-developed Airwheel Q series, luxurious Airwheel S series, Airwheel makes progress every day. On the recently concluded CeBIT 2016, one new series and five new models in total joined the Airwheel to satisfy more riders’ travel needs. Airwheel enjoyed a great popularity and gained the global invisibility.
Airwheel released a string of new products, which ranged over 2-wheeled electric scooters, smart helmet and two wheel balancing robot. The two wheel electric scooters Airwheel S8 and Z5 wins from the details. The C shaped rod of Airwheel S8, replaced the I shaped rod on S6 greatly enhances the sense of beauty and load capacity as well. Turning the 8 inch wheels into 10 inch, Airwheel S8 is going to negotiate more road conditions. When taking about the Airwheel Z5, its modular and USB equipped battery will first come into our minds. Plus, the triple folding system and 14kg item weight will surely persuade you to have a try. With the addition of intelligent headlight and brake taillight, Airwheel Z5 foldable electric scooter enables you to live life full of elegance and grace.
At present, the talking-point of artificial intelligence dominated the realm of science and technology. Airwheel has made its first try-out on artificial intelligence—Airwheel S9 wheeled mobile robot. Airwheel S9, as a scalable robot base made a big splash in the current market, which was evidenced by the popularity during the exhibition. It is believed that Airwheel S9, by adding external devices will be your essential intelligent companion.
The new series belong to the accessary parts—smart helmet. For helmet, it is to protect the riders’ head from hurting. For smart helmet, it will be more powerful than the ordinary ones. Accompanying smart camera mounted on Airwheel C3 and C5 best motorcycle helmets enables riders to take photographs or videos anytime, anywhere. HD tone and windproof microphone not only can play music, but also ensure the clear and safer call in the riding.