Airwheel Electric Scooters to Attend Mach-Tech & ElectroSalon in Hungary in May

BUDAPEST, Hungary, March 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — In May, Airwheel will attend Mach-Tech & ElectroSalon held in Budapest, Hungary, where it will unveil its new intelligent self-balancing electric scooter, the S3, along with other classic models in the X and Q-series.

Mach-Tech & ElectroSalon, which will be held across four days from May 12-15, is a famous international exhibition for the machine manufacturing technology and electronics industries, and this year Airwheel will be attending as an exhibitor.

At Mach-Tech & ElectroSalon, Airwheel is expected to exhibit its latest model, intelligent electric scooter, the S3, its twin-wheeled Q-series scooter and its classic unicycle X-series, in the hope of providing Airwheel fans with an opportunity to experience a variety of Airwheel products. Much to fans excitement, Airwheel is going to unveil another new model at the exhibition, one that will adopt a brand new design and technology, quite different from previous models. More details about the new model are waiting to be discovered at Mach-Tech & ElectroSalon.

Although established relatively recently, Airwheel’s popularity has been growing across the world due its distinctive design and cutting-edge technology. Each Airwheel series, the X-series, Q-series and S-series, is designed to perfection in respect of exterior design and safety. Technologically, Airwheel has been making lots of effort in terms of environmental protection so as to conform to the global low carbon trend; for this reason the company is eradicating emissions using a lithium battery core.

Another aspect contributing to Airwheel’s popularity is it is easy to learn to use. It takes hours to learn to ride an X-series unicycle but just five minutes to ride the twin-wheeled Q-series scooter. As for S3 electric scooters, they adopt an intelligent self-balancing system, enabling users to master it within one minute. Riders can control the vehicle to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, and brake simply by leaning forward or backward and similar to riding a bicycle, the riders achieve balance by tilting slightly sideways.

If you are a fan of Airwheel, do not miss this exhibition. We invite you to stop by and try our products for yourself.

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