Xiaomi ninebot mini self balancing scooter
The New ninebot mini
Announcing the NineBot Segway Mini
Xiaomi has announced the SegWay Ninebot mini, The scooter comes six months after Ninebot, with the help of Xiaomi and a few private equity firms, acquired Segway for an undisclosed amount.
The new Ninebot mini is much smaller than the original Segway. On the new Ninebot mini, the handle only reaches the knee. Ninebot claims that maintaining balance will not be hard on the new scooter.
Performance on the Ninebot mini isn’t too shabby, with the max speed of 16kph (10mph). The scooter can reach 30km on a single charge, and only takes three hours to fully recharge. It weighs 28 pounds, making it portable enough to fit in a suitcase or car trunk.
Ninebot Segway Lights the Way
On the front, an LED light shows the battery life of the Ninebot mini, and illuminates the path ahead. Users are able to check traffic, install firmware, and monitor speed through a smartphone app, developed by Ninebot.
The Ninebot mini costs a twentieth of the price of the original Segway, Xiaomi is marketing it at a younger audience, offering an alternative to the growing number of Hoverboards available.
- Lighting system: Is an Inductive LED light
- Maximum Speed: 16to 18 Km/H
- Power: 501-1000W
- Range Per Charge: about 22 to 30 KM
- Tire Size: 10.5 inches
- Charging Time: 4-6Hrs
- Maximum Load: 85kg
- Maximum Climbing Angle: 15 degrees
- Model Number: Xiaomi Balancing Scooter
- Voltage: 60V
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