In December 2000, the Segway Human Transporter
(HT) was introduced as the latest innovative transportation alternative.
If you find the US$5,000 price tag of the Segway Human Transporter
(HT) a bit steep, head to Washington state and rent one.
a Fairfield County-based Real Estate Investment Trust, will soon be unveiling its latest acquisition: the revolutionary Segway Human Transporter
(HT), an electrically-powered, two-wheel, self-balancing super scooter.
The Segway Human Transporter
isn't classified as a vehicle by federal regulators, so regulating the self-balancing, emissions-free, electric, scooter-like machine has fallen to the states.
A few early birds in Portland and Seattle are using them, and by spring the occasional Segway Human Transporter
could be spotted on a bike path near the Willamette River, scooting through downtown Eugene or zipping out to a suburban mall.
Segway Human Transporter
and similar products offer an alternative to walking.
It may be the single most-hyped invention of the new millennium so far, but is the recently unveiled Segway Human Transporter
really a revolutionary vehicle?
The battery-powered Segway Human Transporter
(HT) is capable of 20kmph, about three times faster than the speed of the average walker, and has a range of about 28 kilometres on a single charge.
It" is the Segway Human Transporter
, a two-wheeled, battery-powered scooter that can go 12 mph and has no brakes.
After months of hype, the Segway Human Transporter
has been unveiled -- a one-person, gyroscope-packed, battery-powered scooter which will sell at pounds 5,600.
FIRST was founded by WPI alumnus Dean Kamen, who invented the Segway Human Transporter
FIRST, a nonprofit organization, was created by Dean Kamen, the inventor of the Segway human transporter