Ninebot By Segway MiniPRO: Next generation self-balancing scooter for urban commuters

Ninebot By Segway MiniPRO self balancing scooter

Ninebot Mini, the self-balancing scooter created quite a buzz last year and showed the world what future of personal commuting will be like in the coming years. Now Ninebot and Segway have joined forces to create an advanced self-balancing personal transporter which comes with even better features. Powered by Ninebot technology, the miniPRO two-wheel electric scooter has a higher top speed of 10 Mph, longer battery life which lasts for around 14 miles distance and safety features customary to Segway’s standards.

The electric scooter is powered by an 800-Watt dual motor which performs well on level as well as elevated surfaces of up to 15-degrees. It comes with a smart software which adapts to the driving style of rider and keeps on improving for the best riding experience. Moreover it is water-resistant lightweight and portable which makes it an all-weather commuter for urban geeks.

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There is a padded control bar for rest to the user’s knees for better riding comfort. The adjustable feature makes sure riders of all heights can ride the electric scooter comfortably. With the help of Segway app (for Android and iOS) the rider can further fine tune the riding style. You can also add a bit of funk with adjustable LED lights on the miniPRO. This app comes handy for viewing speed and performance data.

miniPRO is exclusively available for pre-order on Amazon for a short stint of time at a hefty price tag of USD $999. Compare that to the USD $315 Ninebot Mini, and it definitely seems over-priced, but it comes with loads of new features too.

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Via: Gizmag



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