Well, the secret of It is finally
I still think It's going to look pretty silly when Atlanta's Finest start taking to the streets on It -- er, Them -- early next year, as they've announced they will. I wonder what It's top speed is? If an officer has to pursue a suspect on foot, can he do so aboard It? And if he hops off to give chase on those not-quite-obsolete feet, will It still be where he left It when he goes back for It?
On the other hand, if you stole It, you couldn't ride It without people knowing where you got It.
(Yeah, I know the inventor calls it Segway. It's more fun to call it It. Besides, "Segway"? If this thing's gonna fly, it's gonna need a new name.)
17 mph. That
Runs for 2 hours on a 6 hour charge. This is the kind of nonsense that is killing electric automobiles.
Why would anyone buy that when they could afford