Getting around tight spots in a crowd can prove to be rather tricky if you are not that able bodied, as being pushed around is definitely not my idea of fun. Perhaps it is time to beef things up a bit with the Honda UNI-CUB personal mobility device, where it offers a similar amount of freedom of movement across different directions, something that walking on your own two feet provide. It does seem to resemble the U3-X personal mobility device somewhat which Honda first unveiled to the world back in 2009, the UNI-CUB will come with Honda’s proprietary balance control technology as well as prides itself in being the first omni-directional driving wheel system (Honda Omni Traction Drive System) in the world. This can be said to be a highly versatile Segway, and it boasts a range of 6km as well as top speed of 6km/h – nowhere near heart stopping, but at least you can get from point A to point B a whole lot faster than a brisk walk.
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