Ever wished you had a 4D pocket like Doraemon that you can pull anything out of it, including a vehicle? You know what? You may be able to do that. I mean, retrieving a vehicle out of a backpack. It is not exactly a 4D pocket, but it is a vehicle that can be packed […]
Segway Ninebot just can’t stop turning up new short-range electric transportation, can they? It was just last week we saw the white edition ES2 and now, the company is pitching yet another called Ninebot KickScooter Air T15.
I am pretty sure Tallahassee would love the Torus Praetorian Heavy Duty 4×4 Offroad Bus to replace his flatten The Beast in Zombieland: Double Tap. While it is not exactly designed for post-apocalyptic scenario, the Praetorian sure looks the part. Hell, it would fit right into Mad Max world too.
You probably have seen the Ninebot KickScooter ES2 Black scooting around, now there is actually a white version. Don’t ask why Segway Ninebot did release them both together. It is feel kind of gimmicky, if you ask me.
Two companies have come together to develop a new kind of fire fighting robots. Estonia-based Milrem Robotics and specialist in foam extinguishing, InnoVfoam have joined hands in developing robotic firefighters.
Lenovo. The brand name that most of us associates with personal computer is very much a lifestyle company in its home market. Believe of not, this tech lifestyle company also has an electric scooter, simple known as M2.
Sublue is a Chinese company specializing in recreational underwater equipment and the Sublue Whiteshark MixPro Underwater Scooter is the brand’s latest offering. It is a full-feature personal underwater transport, but it has a sticker that will give its competitors a run for their money.
Formula 1-inspired hoverboard looks cool and all. It has the nosecone, front wings and sleek lines that makes it recognizable as F1-inspired, but it does not have actual Formula 1 wheels, does it? Nope. It doesn’t.
As it turns out Matt Denton is not only good at making giant rideable, spider-like robot. He is also well-versed in making go-kart, or oversized LEGO go-kart – to be precise. In his latest video, Denton takes viewers on a tour of how he built a giant LEGO go-kart using 3D printed parts.
I am sure we all remember the insanely compact electric bike HIMO H1. Well, for those who have been wanting to get one, the good news is, it has officially stepped out of China and into the global market.