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  1. Entertainment

    There’s a Really Elaborate Hoverboard Hoax Going Around Marketing… Something

    I want this hoverboard hoax to be real so badly, because I am a living human being with feelings. Unfortunately, it is most assuredly is not real despite the numerous celebrity endorsements and relatively elaborate website. But what does it all mean? I don't know, but I'm guessing it's viral marketing for something Back to the Future coming our way.

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  2. Science

    The Hoverboard from Back to the Future 2 Returns as an Electric Skateboard for Charity [Video]

    We are drawing extremely close to 2015, which is the year Marty McFly arrives in the future in Back to the Future Part 2. Unfortunately, we're still quite a bit away from flying cars and skateboards, but ZBoard is going to bail us all out by coming in just under the wire with a replica of the movie's hoverboard.

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  3. Entertainment

    Pre-Order An Official Back To The Future Replica Hoverboard Right Now

    Everybody wants a hoverboard and what more iconic hoverboard could you possibly ask for than the one from Back to the Future II. Granted, you might prefer a hoverboard that actually, you know, hovers, but this Back to the Future replica board is the best you'll be able to do at the moment. These official Mattel replicas are going for the relatively high price of $120, but after the pre-order there'll only a limited amount for sale, and there's no guarantee you'll be able to snag one of those. On top of that, the price will be higher, so act now if you're down.

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  4. Tech

    This Exists: The Hoverboard From Back to the Future II in Real Life [VIDEO]

    Ever since I saw Static Shock riding on a trash can lid, I've wanted some sort of hoverboard. Looks like French artist Nils Guadagnin has come to my rescue, building a prototype of the hoverboard from Back to the Future II. And it hovers with perfect grade. It just can't, you know, carry objects. At least not one as heavy as a human. The board floats with a magnet system, which is nothing new, but the stabilization system works astoundingly well. Look how level that board is. Too see the board in action, watch the video below courtesy of Gizmodo. If Guadagnin makes one of these that's trash can lid shaped, I'm buying. Name your price.

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