Segway Human Transporter

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Noun1.Segway Human Transporter - (trademark) a self-balancing personal transportation device with two wheels; can operate in any level pedestrian environment
electrical device - a device that produces or is powered by electricity
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This is their answer to the Segway Human Transporter take the concept and add zip.
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.
Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc., 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.
Mike Morton comments on the new mode of transportation called the Segway Human Transporter:" Until Dean Kamen showed his high-tech scooter, there were few good anagrams (you can't do much with `It' or `Ginger').
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.
One such device is the two-wheeled Segway Human Transporter, which will be on the market in the US later this year.