A Futuristic Electric Wheelchair By Segway In CES 2020

Today, dear Arab GT followers, we will introduce to a futuristic electric wheelchair, after its photos and specifications have been published online by Segway, an American manufacturer of two-wheeled personal transporters. The company which is approximately 20 years old will officially launch this motorized chair at the Consumer Electronics Show 2020.

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Dear subscribers of Arab GT, we would like to inform you that our website founder Mousub Shashaa is currently in Las Vegas, USA, to cover the most important technological reveals that will take place in the CES, which is one of the most prestigious tech shows in the world.

We are talking about this article about a futuristic vision for a wheelchair with named S-Pod, that is supposed to serve people who face health problems or physically challenged people, but we expect that in the future it will be used by lazy people who hate walking!

Segway S-Pod represents a futuristic electric wheelchair that can move gracefully and easily in “enclosed campuses such as airports, theme parks, and malls.”

This new motorized seat is powered by electric energy that enables it to reach a speed of 39 km / h, and the speed of this chair can be easily controlled by its user, who can reduce the speed in the appropriate place or increase it. The chair can also move easily and rotate.

Segway aims to provide future easy-to-move equipment that can be used in public places, as it will also launch an electric scooter with a speed of 100 km / h, and an eMoped that can travel a distance of 75 km with one electric charge beside other products.

This company says that it has provided the futuristic electric wheelchair with high standards in terms of safety and security and that it is self-balancing. However, the electric wheelchair is not on sale for the public. Some websites reported that it would likely be available to purchase in 2021 or later.

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