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.
M2 was introduced recently and TBH, it looks just like any electric scooter. Nothing groundbreaking as far as outlook goes, but hey, it is an option, well, that’s if it ever make it out of China. Anywho… here’s a quick rundown of its features:
Speed 3-speed: Gear 1 – 15 km/h, Gear 2 – 20 km/h, Gear 3 – 25 km/h
Battery 36V/7.5 AH lithium battery
Range 30 km
Max. Payload 120 kg
Brakes Triple braking: rotor, motor, and physical foot brake
Suspension Triple shock absorption: tires, hidden rear shock absorber, front shock
Tires 8.5-inch pneumatic tires
Display LED control panel displays battery status, speed, gear and other parameters in large legible text and numbers
Weight 15 kg
Built IP54 rated, aerospace-grade aluminum alloy body, magnesium alloy folding clasps
Others 3-second folding design, app-enabled, anti-slip grips, thumb-operated speed selection, aluminum alloy foot-activated brake, non-slip rubber covered board, LED headlight
Lenovo M2 Electric Scooter comes standard with smart battery management with no less than six smart protections, including short circuit protection, over current protection, overcharging protection, over discharged protection, temperature protection.
Availability and pricing of the Lenovo M2 Electric Scooter are not known yet.
However, the brand do have another last mile transportation in the shop. It is a two side-by-side wheels self-balancing vehicle is for young children. The ‘Egg’ vehicle, as it is called, is currently being sold in China for 1,699 RMB (about US$240).
Images: Lenovo [CH].