|By PR Newswire||
|September 5, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
BERLIN, Sept. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- INMOTION announced its new product INMOTION S1, an electric unicycle, today at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany. INMOTION S1 has an innovative design that provides easy ride and smooth running experience. The advanced self-balancing technology powered by INMOTION sets a new standard that ensures safe riding and consistent reliability.
User- friendly Features for Simpleness
The embedded draw up handlebar - hidden in the body - allows users to pull it along and walk with it. The system automatically provides power assistance when the rider gets off the INMOTION S1. The two pneumatic tires make INMOTION S1 stable and easier to learn. It frees up drivers' hands in all cases – users don't need to hold the S1 when getting on or off.
Humanistic Design for A Life Style
The touch panel, stylish and waterproof, allows you to swipe your fingers to switch the INMOTION S1 on or off. The 2 big cushion pads on each side give a soft touch feeling and great comfort. There is also rubber protection on each footboard to protect your feet from being injured by metal. For the users' safety and comfort, the S1 comes with front and tail lights: they both illuminate in 2 colors and switch automatically in response to your driving directions.
- Embedded draw up handlebar;
- Pneumatic tires for a comfortable ride;
- Fully enclosed touch panel;
- Front and tail indicating lights;
- All-around protection;
- Powerful mobile application;
- Advanced battery management technology;
- Bluetooth-enabled stereo audio;
- Colorful SCV body (blue, red, yellow, green or silver)
Aaron GUO, International Business Director of INMOTION, said, "INMOTION S1 is one of the many upcoming new products. As the company that ranked top 1 in the business, INMOTION is committed to providing customers with enhanced riding experience."
Attendees can find INMOTION Technologies at Booth #603-604 in Hall 26C. You can test drive the INMOTION R1EX and discover the new INMOTION S1. With new innovations in self balancing technology, INMOTION will provide exhibition visitors with new riding experience for urban commute and city travel.
INMOTION is a leading company specialized in robotics and sensor controlled vehicle (SCV) technologies. INMOTION always strives for the improvement of user experience. To learn more about INMOTION Technologies Co., Ltd., please visit www.imscv.com.
About INMOTION Technologies
INMOTION is a leading company specialized in robotics and sensor controlled vehicle (SCV) technologies. We are dedicated to offering the latest technologies and bringing infinite joy and conveniences to our customers.
INMOTION combines its hardware platforms with cloud computing technologies, provides our customers with personalized services and builds extraordinary tech lifestyles for them. INMOTION always strives for the improvement of user experience.
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