Turboant X7 electric scooter review – a Xiaomi Mijia M365 killer?

An electric scooter review? Well, yes. If it wasn’t painfully obvious from our content already, we are major geeks here at the GSMArena office and we don’t really discriminate in that passion of ours either. From servers, cameras, drones to cars and even appliances, chances are you can easily find at least one expert in the team. And when it comes to electric scooters, we kind of have an entire team going with around 7 different electric scooters owned and scrutinized, maintained and modded on a daily basis. The video review will give you an easy to digest look at the scooter’s Pros and Cons. For a deeper dive, the full review follows below. So, yes, we jumped on the opportunity to review the Turboant X7 when the manufacturer reached out to us. That being said, we aren’t quite sure exactly how to approach the review process. The biggest problem here being that if you have never been on an electric scooter before, it’s kind of hard to convey exactly how better or worse certain aspects are. If you do happen to have some experience with electric scooters, however, chances are that you have encountered the Xiaomi M365 due to its massive popularity. And...

Hyundai Motor Group Reveals Personal Electric Scooter Capable of 20km Range

•    New on-board scooter could be featured on future Hyundai Motor Group vehicles•    Last mile mobility is enhanced by foldable and lightweight, all-electric scooter•    Scooter houses 10.5 Ah lithium battery enabling 20km range, plus 20km/h top speed Hyundai Motor Group has developed a new prototype electric scooter. Building on its initial concept presented at CES 2017, the new model boasts rear-wheel drive, a highly-capable lithium battery and stylish front and rear lights. The latest concept features in future Hyundai Motor Group plans to enable first- and last-mile mobility through integrating the scooter with future Hyundai and Kia vehicles. When mounted on a vehicle, the scooter is charged automatically using electricity produced while driving, ensuring that the user can complete their journey seamlessly. The 2019 model’s shift from front-wheel drive to rear-wheel drive is key in enhancing safety and stability as it positions weight near the rear. Additionally, the Group’s engineers have added suspension to the front wheel to provide a smoother ride, even on rough surfaces. DongJin Hyun, head of Hyundai Motor Group Robotics Team, said: “This is the vehicle-mounted perso...