Abstract: One of the most important stages in life is the university period, which fluctuates between three to five years in general. While, the three to five years will leave an indelible impression on them. For freshmen, they are curious about every aspect of college life. Meanwhile, the college is too large for them to walk across it. Airwheel intelligent electric scooter will be their trendy and convenient personal transport on campus.
The university period, fluctuating between three to five years in general is one of the most important stages in life, during which we foster our value and make the best friends. The precious university life leaves an indelible impression on us. However, if you have an intimate gadget—Airwheel electric air board, your university will be more unforgettable and wonderful than ever.
First and foremost, the sleek and contoured frame of Airwheel, combined with the unique riding ways, to maintain balance by leaning forward and backward appeal to the youngsters most. Unlike the traditional vehicles, Airwheel electric walkcar is controlled to go forward, accelerate, decelerate, and brake, etc. by leaning forward or backward as it is adopting aerospace attitude control theory, fuzzy software algorithm and gyroscope. Similar to the techniques of riding a bicycle, riders achieve balance via slightly tilting sideways.
For students, they can ride Airwheel intelligent electric scooter to go to class, bidding farewell to lateness for class. The twenty minutes' walk will drop down to five minutes, time saving and energy saving. What's more, there is no need for them to worry about theft. As Airwheel X series, Q series and Z series are quite compact and conveniently portable, they can be carried into classroom or to be lifted in elevator.
More importantly, Airwheel design team always takes safety in the first place, with the speed control protection and tilting protection, responsible both the riders and the passers-by. Airwheel intelligent electric scooter will be their trendy and convenient personal transport on campus.