17, March 2016: Airwheel new products of electric scooters are scheduled to attend the CeBIT 2016 in Hanover, Germany, from 14th to 18th March. As the largest and most internationally represented computer and technology expo, CeBIT is considered a barometer of current trends and a measure of the state of the art in information technology. The design notion of Airwheel electric scooter aims at reshaping the traditional personal transports, and this notion can be easily found in Airwheel new products, such as S6, Z3 and M3 in Hall 17-H06.
Amongst these models, two-wheeled intelligent scooter S6, electric two-wheeled scooter Z3 and electric skateboard M3 are particularly noted. S6 mini sitting posture self-balancing scooter, a new member in Airwheel S series, is equipped with a comfortable saddle and with on shaft. Based on the technologies and design in S3 and S5, S6 has been improved greatly. One of the defining features that make the Airwheel Z3 very popular among users is its adjustable, extendible handlebars, allowing people of all heights to adapt it with the set-up best suited to their use and riding style.
Airwheel M3 wireless remote control skateboard inherits the exterior design with the traditional skateboard. However, Airwheel M3 is powered by a high-quality battery group and the magnetic levitation motor, which provides a top speed of up to 20 km/h. more importantly, the playing speed adjustable to the rider’s level because of the 2.4G wireless remote control. For one thing, high-quality battery instead of manual labour makes the skateboarding is energy-saving and at the same time, it can be regarded as a transportation. For another, M3 lowers the learning difficulty. It takes some beating.
Airwheel new products of electric scooters, S6, Z3 and M3 are scheduled to attend the CeBIT 2016 in Hall 17-H06.