CeBIT has been held by Hannover Fairs since 1986 in spring. This fair is concentrated on IT, home and office communication solution. It’s also known as Industrial fair. The theme of this exhibition is to let people experience infinite passion and possible created by the digital world.
In other words, it is to bring more convenience to the life and the work. Hence, Airwheel’s electric scooters are accord with this theme given by this international exhibition. Airwheel will attend booth No.: Hall 17-H06 which is 36 square meter. This is a large space to allow Airwheel to hold different models.
Right now, it’s not sure that Airwheel will bring which products to showcase in this CeBIT 2016. According to the previous experience, among the classical products X series electric unicycles with large tires X8 may be chosen since single X8 offers a perfect platform for those bold one-wheel lovers.
The Q5 and Q6 twin-wheel scooters are the preference of female riders. S series with two big wheels are the suitable transporters for the mid-aged or the old due to its good balance when rolling on the road. A3 is still a two-wheeled electric scooter, but it is paired with a seat which can provide riders a more confortable experience.
For M3 electric skateboard was the star at CES 2016, Airwheel will definitely bring that board to have a meet with Germany fans. Owing to the narrow space of the booth at CES, most visitors could not try M3 wireless remote control skateboard.
It’s a pity in last exhibition, but all visitors or lovers of board cannot miss out M3 at this fair since the booth is big enough to allow the rider to have a try. M3 the motorized skateboard comes with an intelligent remote control, controlling the skateboarding speed and the switch. It realizes the free skateboarding with a variable speed in the rider’s hands.
These scooters or boards displayed by Airwheel will give surprise to visitors present in CeBIT 2016 in Germany.
Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd
Contact Person: Eric
Country: United States