It’s official. The future is now. Why? Not on account of space travel, not because of water-resistant cellular phones, or even just those brand-new cell phone watches. No, we have finally reached “the future” because, after many years of patiently waiting and plenty of phony products, actual hoverboards are officially an actual thing. A company called Hendo has brought our Marty McFly-inspired ambitions to wonderful reality, and they recently let Tony Hawk have a go on their own great design. The only problem here?
You have to have a Tony Hawk-sized bank account to get your hands on one of these bad boys. Don’t believe me? A 5-minute ride (with assistance from Hendo staff) costs you one hundred bucks, a duplicate board without a hover engine (so just a bit of fancy wood, really) will set you back $449, and an actual hoverboard is $10,000. Sure, that’s a ton of money, but concurrently, it’s a freaking hoverboard, one which you might essentially own and ride at any moment. It’s time for you to start saving!
The hovering action isn’t as severe as hoverboard tout terrain. The Hendo Hoverboards will hover about an inch above the ground. I’ve seen several negative people out there, whining how the hovering action is small. I’d much like to remind you that this is known as a first gen hoverboard, knowing that the one inch Hendo lets you hover is precisely one inch more than we’ve had with anything prior to the introduction of the Hendo Hoverboard. Now you simply need some of Marty’s ill kicks to totally supply you to hover in fashion. At this time there’s also a completely new hoverboard obtainable on the current market(sort of). It’s kind of like a hoverboard but it’s called a mini segway, and the cool thing about it is, no handlebars are equipped on it and you’ve likely have noticed it once or twice! These awesome two-wheeled electric scooters move with the use of your legs only, so no steering is needed at all. With these mini segway hoverboards surfacing around the world, it makes us think how quick and rapid times are changing and what on earth is next for technology.