Indian brand Wickedleak, known for its smartphones has forayed into personal mobility market and has launched its first HoverX hoverboard, a self-balancing scooter.
HoverX is a personal transportation device that is powered by original Samsung Lithium-ion 4400mAh battery, giving up to 20 kilometers run on single charge and can be fully charged up in just 2 hours. It can reach top speeds of up to 15 kmph.
The HoverX is is power, high-performance tech gadget with sturdy ABS + Poly carbonate frame making ultra durable. It can accommodate riders weigh up to 100KG and is compact enough to fit most vehicles or two wheeler.
Wickedleak has also managed to include an on-board processor that reads riders moments and lightning speeds using its complex algorithms, Sensors and processors. It also has Advanced safety controls that monitors the balance and moments.
The HoverX features 8-Inch wheels made out of Solid Elastic for longevity making it easy for movements of roads, pavements, gardens, mud or sand. It can also climb slopes with maximum angle of 20-degrees.
It also has LED indicators that notifies the charging level. Depending on the usage / terrain, this hover board can give mileage of 10 to 20 Kms. For music lovers, the HoverX is equipped with Bluetooth Loud speakers that easily connects with most smartphones.
The control pads are made up of Anti-Slip rubberized material for better control and grip. Under the pad’s are advanced sensors that detects the slightest movements and foot’s maneuvers. Both the wheels have Gyroscopes and gravity sensors that further enhances the balanced controls. These sensors send the data to embedded processors that controls the motors.
The WickedLeak HoverX is priced at Rs. 31,990 and up for pre-order exclusively from company’s official website, starting today.
“Wickedleak has always believed in bringing the latest technology to the Indian market at great price points. We are proud to announce HoverX, a personal mobility tool that is both, fun and eco-friendly. With this launch, we are determined to transform the personal mobility space here in India.Aditya Mehta, CEO, Wickedleak Inc.