Since Back to the Future Part II debuted in 1989, many of have dreamed of owning our own hoverboard, and now an entity called HUVr Tech claims to have made that dream a reality. In a video featuring appearances from celebrities including Christopher Lloyd, Tony Hawk, and Moby, HUVr demonstrates it's supposed gravity-battling skateboard, modeled after the ones found in the movies. Going further, HUVr says that the board is controlled with an iPhone app that also tracks speed, distance, path, and travel time. The app is supposed to connect over Bluetooth. HUVr Tech says that the boards are coming in December.
A hoax to be sure, but it begs the question: if it ever did come around, how much would you pay for a hoverboard? Let us know below in the comments?
Source: HUVr Tech
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