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Üo

A 360° scooter that rides on a ball

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Boosted Mini, Boosted Plus, & Boosted Stealth

The next generation of electric skateboards is here!

Boosted Plus builds on the heritage of our brand but is truly rebuilt from the ground up. Boosted Stealth raises the bar and sets a new standard for performance and speed. And, for the first time ever, Boosted is releasing two new short boards. These boards have been optimized for portability and maneuverability and are just super fun to ride.

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Popular Mechanics
Electric scooters literally litter the streets of San Francisco while 'hoverboards' have mostly come and gone, but the most iconic electric last-mile transportation device is probably the orange-wheeled Boosted Board. Until now, the electric skateboard has come in a single form factor: a big ol' 38-inch longboard that will set you back at least a grand.
Ars Technica
Boosted has announced a quartet of new electric skateboards, including a refresh of its popular Dual+ longboard and its first-ever shortboard. The four skateboards are really just two form factors with two variants. There are two new longboards, the Boosted Plus and higher-end Boosted Stealth, and two shortboards, the Boosted Mini S and upgraded Boosted Mini… See more
Engadget
The company has dropped "Boards" from its moniker, which is emblematic of its shift towards transportation as a whole. There are no firm statements about what to expect, but it'll be products based on the concept of getting people from A to B in the age of electrically powered vehicles.
TechCrunch
It's been about six years since Boosted first showed up with its electric longboard and its oh-so-orange wheels, but the company is back with the next logical step: a cheaper, shorter board. The company is also revamping its longboards, with two new models on the way in the coming months.
The Verge
Boosted is best known for its orange-wheeled electric longboard, but that's about to change because the company has made the biggest expansion yet to its product lineup. Four new boards were announced today in two different form factors, including the company's smallest and cheapest electric skateboard, the Boosted Mini.
Mashable
Christmas is coming early this year. Boosted, makers of the immensely popular Boosted Board electric skateboards, is back with not one, not two, not three, but four new re-engineered electric skateboards, including a smaller Boosted Mini that starts at $749.
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AeYo

Skate, cycle and scoot - all at the same time

Technabob
So this is AeYo, and it's a rollerblade-scooter-bicycle hybrid that offers you an alternative mode of transportation, aside from the usual bike, trike, or scooter. If you look at how it works, then you'll see it's more like a tethered pair of roller skates than anything else.
Newatlas
If there's a way to move your legs, there's probably a cycle or scooter that takes advantage of it. We thought we'd seen them all, but after stumbling upon the Aeyo at this week's ISPO Munich show, we realized there's always another wild, new design out there.
Mail Online
The £370 AeYO rider has been designed by Munich-based group Aemotics The rider combines efficiency of skating with the convenience of cycling AeYO uses two strap-on skates that move legs in similar way to skating Design works core, back and arms, getting over 10 muscle groups involved It may look like a strange mix between skates, cycle and scooter, but this… See more
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