For John Smith, he was quite excited or exactly honored to attend this grand show on January 8th, 2016. To be honest, he is just an electronics enthusiast which means that he is not rich enough to afford the ticket for the entrance. Apparently, Airwheel utilized this choice to reward its regular final customers to invite John. Whatever the intention of Airwheel, John was happy to be present since he not only viewed some other tech products, but also had free trail of Airwheel electric scooters.
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In that pavilion he was drawn by a robot scooter combined with hoverboard and robot butler. That is Segway Advanced Personal Robot which would hide away while the rider rides on its two wheels. Since that robot was displayed on the table, he didn’t get the chance to try it. On the way to Airwheel booths, John did see some other tech products including Daqri Smart Helmet, Picobrew Pico, Cerevo Tipron, and Kodak Super 8 Camera.
Then he moved on to Airwheel’s booths. Since there was no area as the trial zone, John had to try these scooters inside the narrow booths. He bought X8 as his commuting tool before, and he knew how to ride most self-balancing electric scooters. Among scooters brought by Airwheel, he was attracted by A3 for its unique structure. Two large tires are located either side of the handlebars, and a seat is mounted. Under the guide of the staff, he rolled A3 inside the small booth in light of his flexible body. Then he tried M3 an electric air board with colorful panel decals. It’s paired with a remote control. There are two main buttons on the remoter; one is for power and the other one is for speed. He turned on the power and rode M3 via the remoter in the hands to enjoy the freedom.
Attending this CES, what does John receive from it? That is to expand his horizon.