Made by Chinese tech giant Xiaomi (pronounced "show-er-me"), the Mi M365 has won numerous awards across the globe based on its simple folding design, 30 km range, 25 km/h top-speed, low weight and pneumatic tyres. It also boasts cruise control, E-ABS braking, lights and a dedicated phone app. Top review site Techadvisor.co.uk says, "it's fast, smooth, almost entirely silent, with a battery that just keeps on going..."
Founded in America in 1999, Segway (now owned by Ninebot) is a better-known brand, and its ES2 scooter is similar to the M365 in many ways. The ES2 also has a simple folding design, a 25 km/h top-speed, low weight and a dedicated app, but has shock absorbers instead of pneumatic tyres and a 25 km range (which can be boosted by a second battery). It also boasts a customisable atmospheric light, an LED spedometer and both an electric and mechanical hand-brake. The most obvious physical differences are that the ES2's battery is stored in the handlebar stem and there are no external wires.