Airwheel Electric Self-balancing Scooter, the Next International Alliance of Uber?
Abstract: Recently, two of Uber's biggest rivals are joining forces. San Francisco-based Lyft and Chinese firm Didi and Kuaidi announced a strategic international partnership on Wednesday that will make it a lot easier for users to hail rides while visiting either country.
Taxi has become a necessity in people daily and related APP is no exception. In US, the king of taxi APP is the renowned Uber which is China the reign belongs to Dida and Kuaidi. China and U.S are the biggest nations in the world, as a result of that, their markets are always the biggest pursuit for any company. In practice, it will mean that Lyft users can travel to China, hail a ride using their Lyft app, and pay in U.S. dollars. Chinese travelers can do the same in the U.S. using Didi's app.
Travelers will be able to take advantage of the deal in early 2016. And there are millions who will potentially do so. According to Lyft, nearly 8 million people traveled between China and the U.S. in 2014. It is widely recognized that it is pretty difficult to call a taxi in rush hours, and how about a fashionable Airwheel electric self-balancing scooter?
Compared with vehicle, it is reasonable for someone to be worried about the performance and quality of an Airwheel S3 2-wheeled electric scooter in terms of battery, speed and traveling range and etc. The worries can be explained now. The battery capacity of an Airwheel electric scooter is around 650Wh with one Panasonic or Sony lithium battery. The upgraded CPU enables stronger driving force, faster acceleration, and reaction time.
In terms of the speed, honestly speaking, it cannot be compared with a fuel driven vehicle, however, the speed is able to totally satisfy daily traveling within a short distance. Maybe in the future, Uber can really consider cooperate with Airwheel intelligent scooter.