This is Shawn Hallister with CNet and I'm on a scooter board.
Filming this video on an electric skateboard meets scooter.
Travels at about 15 miles per hour.
See what that looks like right now.
Zooming along here I could probably catch bikes pretty easily.
How am I able to film this?
Because the scooter board has an integrated handle where I can do my, toddle up here with this lever and the breaks in back.
And use this single handle to stir the whole contraption.
Or use my feet like a skateboard because the whole [UNKNOWN] from the tracks upfront, Will tilt instead of turning when you move the handle or move your feet.
Kind of like a hybrid between a skateboard and a scooted.
That's the idea.
Taken a closer look, I'd say a 250 watt motor back there powering this device while I move along Should take me about eight to ten miles on a charge.
There's also a mechanical brake in back if I wanna step on that back brake in addition to the electric brake.
Just give you a closer look at the fork up front, truck there you can see how i Swivels, and the whole board bends when I move the handle back and forth, and you do the same thing with your feet.
And if I want to collapse the whole thing down, just pull up on this lever, and you've got a 22 pound package there you can just pick up by the soft grip and carry with you.
This is known as the In-motion T3.
But, it's currently being brought to the US via kick starter campaign.
It's going to cost about $600 when they finish that up.
And also, because you grab the handle back here, wheel it along with you, trolley style.
[SOUND] That's a scooter board.
You'll be able to read more about that on cnet.com.
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