We could start by saying “they” didn't promise us hoverboards. People want hoverboards because they saw one in the disappointing sequel.
A hoverboard (or hover board) is a fictional levitating board used for personal transportation, . Later on, Marty McFly would revisit and use the hoverboard to steal the Grays Sports Almanac book back from Biff Tannen, to prevent him from.
A self-balancing scooter is a self-balancing personal transporter consisting of two motorized The use of the term "hoverboard" to describe these devices, which don't actually hover, has led to considerable discussion in the media. battery packs in the self-balancing scooters/hoverboards could overheat and posed a risk.
I'm not sure why everyone is obsessed with hoverboards, but they are. Perhaps would could just blame Back to the Future II and the scene.
This is Hoverboard Neurosis, an obsessive and undying compulsion to point out that a hoverboard does not actually hover and therefore.
One question pops up frequently about hoverboards: how do they work? Well, the rider is able to stay upright and be propelled forward with a little bit of practice .
Real, flying hoverboards are here. Will they change the way we get around?.