Lenovo launches first electric scooter

Lenovo has officially launched the M2 electric scooter in the country. The tech company’s two-wheeled offering aims to be an alternative mobility option among Filipino commuters amid the ongoing pandemic.

Promising great performance with a focus on rider safety and protection, Lenovo’s electric scooter comes with a 350-watt motor and 7.5Ah high-capacity battery. The company’s latest product can achieve a top speed of 25 km/h and can travel up to 30 km in one full charge.

To maintain optimum performance while on the road, Lenovo installed an intelligent battery management system that protects the electric scooter’s power unit against common issues like short-circuiting, overcurrent, overcharge, over-discharge, and extreme temperatures.

The electric scooter’s handle houses an LED screen that displays vital information such as speed, mileage, gear used, and battery capacity. It also comes with mobile app control and Bluetooth support, making it possible for riders to connect the scooter with other devices or accessories.

It also has a cruise control function that automatically maintains and controls constant speed while moving. This can help lessen hand fatigue, especially during longer drives. Moreover, the M2 electric scooter also supports speed shifting that allows it to quickly change gears.

In terms of safety, Lenovo’s e-scooter has an innovative triple-brake system. Apart from the electronic brake, the scooter is also equipped with a disc and pedal brake for added protection against sudden accidents.

Additionally, the electric scooter also comes with a triple-damping system composed of a hidden shock absorption, spring shock absorption, and honeycomb tire shock absorption to ensure stability and comfort while on the road.

Meanwhile, the scooter’s magnesium and aluminum alloy-made frame is stable enough to support a load of up to 120kg, and also comes with an IP54 rating, making it suitable for riding under light rain or dusty terrain.

Measuring 1115mm x 1115mm x 515mm, the M2 electric scooter also features a three-second one-step folding system. Lenovo’s two-wheeler travel companion becomes more compact at 1130mm x 503mm x 515mm when folded.

The Lenovo M2 electric scooter is priced at P19,995 and will be available at official resellers and exclusive stores nationwide beginning March 27. The electric scooter can be pre-ordered at a discounted price of P16,995 from March 18-27. The pre-order promo also comes with a free Herschel backpack and Lenovo Trackpods.

Aside from that, Lenovo Philippines is also giving away one M2 electric scooter for free. Visit Lenovo Philippines’ official Facebook page for more details.

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