The “Whill Type-A Wheelchair” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its 2014 Consumer Electronic Show Wrap Up, which took a look at the latest and coolest technology showcased at the trade show.
WHILL has taken the traditional wheelchair most consumer know and completely reinvented it, creating the WHILL Type-A. It still has four wheels, but they built a unique wheel for the front tires that allows for small radius turning on all types of surfaces. The 4-wheel-drive system and big front wheels enable riders to avoid getting stuck on cracks or uneven surfaces.
Next, WHILL built a control system that is reminiscent of a computer mouse, making it simple and easy to direct with one hand. The size of the Type-A is incredibly compact, 23 inches wide and 32 inches long, making it an easily fit for cars and standard door frames.
The WHILL Type-A is a cool, modern looking wheelchair that places users in a forward stance so they’re not leaning backwards.
WHILL has begun to receive Pre-Orders for a limited number of customers through their web site. To learn more, visit http://www.whill.jp.
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