China's 90Fun is breaking into the US market with a self-balancing, auto-following suitcase

The company collaborated with Segway to create the suitcase.
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Chinese luggage brand 90Fun plans to launch in the US market later this year and they're doing it in a potentially game-changing way. The company will launch the first ever self-balancing, auto-following suitcase, the 90 Fun Puppy 1 and it uses balancing technology from a company who's quite an expert in that field: Segway. Though the company is a virtual unknown outside of China, 90Fun once managed to sell 160,000 suitcases in just one day and hopes to bring that breakouts success to the good ol' US of A. 

Pricing has yet to be determined for the 90 Fun Puppy 1. 

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