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INMOTION New Self-balancing Vehicle to Reveal at IFA 2014 -- Booth #603-604

INMOTION to showcase self-balancing vehicle, SCV (Sensor Controlled Vehicle), at Berlin's Consumer Electronics Show.

SHENZHEN, China, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- INMOTION Technologies Co., Ltd., the leading manufacturer of sensor controlled vehicle, today announced it will be exhibiting at IFA 2014 from September 5-10 in Berlin, Germany.

INMOTION will reveal its new product, an electric unicycle, S1 (which is an unofficial name) at IFA 2014. The electric unicycle applies the latest innovations in self-balancing. It is portable, easy to carry and has many user-friendly features. Based on advanced technology, just like R1EX, INMOTION S1 can stand without any support.

Since the launch of INMOTION R1EX at IFA 2013, it has been a big hit among consumers. Unlike other big wheeled personal transporters, the INMOTION SCV is advanced with lots of cool features: sleek new design, stylish led lights, removable battery, SmartKey with a display screen, Apps for smart phones and it talks. INMOTION R1EX is the absolute the lightest self-balancing vehicle on the market. The INMOTION R1EX will run around 10 mph, will go 12-18 miles on a full charge, weighs 35 lbs., and has a brilliant and compact design that is a perfect fit into the car trunk.

"INMOTION is excited to attend this important consumer electronics show that brings together exhibitors and world-class buyers," said Vic Zhou, CEO of INMOTION Technologies. "Our engineers worked hard in the past years to provide consumers the best experience in Sensor Controlled Vehicle (SCV) and bring our new product to IFA 2014. We take the European market very seriously and that's why we chose IFA 2014 to reveal our new product. "

Attendees can find INMOTION Technologies at Booth #603-604 in Hall 26C. You can test drive the INMOTION R1EX. Distributors and resellers who are interested in meeting with INMOTION executives at IFA 2014 can send an email to [email protected].

About INMOTION Technologies

INMOTION is a leading company specialized in robotics and sensor controlled vehicle (SCV) technologies. We are dedicated to offering the latest technologies and bringing infinite joy and conveniences to our customers.

INMOTION combines its hardware platforms with cloud computing technologies, provides our customers with personalized services and builds extraordinary tech lifestyles for them. INMOTION always strives for the improvement of user experience.

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