Boosted have started selling their Rev and Dualtron 3 have 3600W behemoths that will do 40-miles an hour for a 50-miles (maybe). But even the modest NANROBOT D4 + 2.0 with its’ measly 2000W of motorized fun is too expensive for most of us to justify. If we want to join in it has to be a Home-Made E-Scooter.

Raspberry Pi in a case


The Raspberry Pi is a British charitable foundation of the same name, and aimed at promoting education in computer science. The simplified computer board started selling to coding enthusiasts and now has sales of 20 million units. The unit was an attempt at making something cheap and flexible. These devices have been hacked to control robots, drones, and home automation.