Here's the scoop:<br><br>"The Segway electric scooter, which generated huge buzz as a secretive project code named "Ginger" before its unveiling a year ago, was offered for sale to the general public Monday. <br><br>The Segway, a two-wheeled scooter that travels up to 15 mph and is steered gyroscopically by the rider's shifting weight, is available only from Amazon.com and costs $4,950. Orders are being taken now for delivery in March."<br><br>I'm lining up right now to buy one. Actually, it'd be fun to ride on one. But at 5000 bucks, I think I'll pass.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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