Electric Scooter for Adults: Best Scooters and Buying Tips

You’ve got places to go and people to see. An electric scooter is a great way to get to where you’re going. It’s more efficient than driving a car a few miles up the road, and it’s faster than waiting for the bus to take you a few blocks. If you’re tired of renting a Lime or Byrd scooter, or live in a city where they’re not available, then you may want to consider buying an electric scooter of your own.  While scooters aren’t overly expensive, starting your search can be a bit intimidating, since there are so many brands and types available. But like buying a car or looking for a place to live, taking inventory of what you need beforehand can help streamline your shopping experience. We’ve put together a list of criteria to consider before you click the Buy Now button for your new electric scooter, including our top five picks. How much do you want to spend?A good electric scooter will start at around $300, but as you go up in price, you’ll get additional features, such as faster speeds, longer range and better suspension. Can you carry it?If you need to haul your scooter up several flights of stairs, or onto a bus or train, ...

All the new phones at MWC 2019 from Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, Nokia and more

Welcome to WIRED UK. This site uses cookies to improve your experience and deliver personalised advertising. You can opt out at any time or find out more by reading our cookie policy. It’s time for smartphone season with MWC 2019 in Barcelona show in full swing and Samsung getting in early with its Galaxy S10 event It’s not the best of times to buy a phone, and that’s because we’re absolutely swamped with new ones. Lots of phones. Flagship phones. 5G phones. A few more foldable phones if we’re lucky. That’s because it’s MWC 2019, this year’s edition of the annual phone show formerly known as Mobile World Congress. Now we’ve had most of the official press conferences, we’ve seen new folding phones from Samsung and Huawei, a phone with five cameras from Nokia and the HoloLens 2 from Microsoft. Read on for a breakdown of what we’ve so far. Firstly, something we didn’t see at Huawei’s MWC conference on Sunday, February 24: the Huawei Mate P30 and P30 Pro are confirmed to launch at an event in Paris on March 26. Who cares about those, though, because by far the splashiest announcement was Huawei’s foldable phone, the Huawei Mate X. The front scree...