Consumer Electronics Show, known as CES, is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It is where business gets done. Visitors can experience the mind-blowing technology and awe-inducing innovations at CES from Jan 6th to Jan 9th, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, 2016. Airwheel shows up CES with newly innovative electric scooters, such as M3 wireless remote control skateboard, Z3 2 wheels scooter and S6 mini electric scooter at the Booth: 48001 & 48003.
These three intelligent electric scooters are a good interpretation of the innovation and creation. Based on the conventional scooters, they have been improved greatly to make more people benefit from it. The M3 motorized skateboard lets players enjoy surfing on land freely, anywhere and anytime. The 2-wheeled electric scooter Z3, taking every detail into consideration, has been loved by a great number of persons who have different occupations, for instance, the humanized design of battery and fold ability. Then, the Airwheel S6 is another sitting posture self-balancing scooter, with two riding ways of various functions. S6 can be treated as a seat to read or a tool for parents to coax baby.
Other than that, the A3, S3, S5 and the Q series twin-wheeled electric scooters will appear on the CES, too. Abiding by ergonomic principle, the sleek saddle in V-shape offers more comfortable ride than the traditional standing wheeler does. For the two wheel self-balancing electric scooters S3 and S5, they have been welcomed by those staffs who are working in large scale factories or need to walk for a long time. The Q series twin-wheeled electric scooters are invented by Airwheel to regain a host of riders’ confidence and interest in self-balancing electric scooters. Airwheel has brought brand new concept trip mode, and changed the way we experience science and technology.
Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. Tang
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Country: United States