In the current market for electronic production, the wearable equipment plays a prominent role. There is a vogue for this wearable equipment. Since Apple released its first wearable equipment, iWatch, a series of wearable equipment were pushed out. Wearable electronic watch, pedometer and so on have sprung up overnight.
They are catching on to the young. In the market for electric scooter, the vogue for wearable equipment shows a sign. Airwheel pushed the first article of wearable equipment, smart helmets C3 and C5, which were unveiled in the 2016 CeBIT. The moment the two intelligent helmets were released, they exuded the obvious charm.
The vogue for wearable equipment in the market for digital electronics is prior to that in the market for electric self-balancing scooters. However, this does not have any influence on the speed of advent of wearable equipment in the market for electric scooter. Airwheel spared no effort in the field of wearable equipment, in an attempt to make some breakthroughs in the whole sector and at the same time take the lead to keep track of the time. After some one year, Airwheel was proud to claim that it was successful in releasing its first wearable equipment, Airwheel intelligent helmets.
Airwheel intelligent helmet C3 and C5 were first present in the 2016 CeBIT, held in Hannover fairground, Germany. Numerous European visitors were fortunate to witness the release of the two helmets and even experience them too. In order to offer the experience to the Asian customers, Airwheel is going to attend 13th HK Electronics Fair and 119th Canton Fair in next month. Also, Airwheel is set to provide every visitor with access to the two wearable helmets C3 and C5. Wearing the smart helmet, the rider could answer a call hands-off on the Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter, take photos and review videos.