Tony Hawk is well known person. We’re almost at the end of 2015, and the question isn’t if Back To The Future’s Marty McFly would have a hoverboard to ride, but which one ? If McFly has any sense of branding, perhaps he’ll be swayed by the new Hendo 2.0, A redesigned magnetic levitation board featuring design input from legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk . But McFly is hardly limited to just one type. On shelves, there’s the hands free Segway-style hoverboard that is neither a board, nor does it hover. There’s the Lexus built magnetic levitation hoverboard that works in exactly one specially built skate-park. Earlier this year, an American even flew a homebuilt hoverboard across a record-setting distance over a lake in Canada.
Tony Hawk feedback mostly had to do with how the board handled. the original is moving more like a ridable ironing board. But the new 2.0 includes a thinner and narrower deck, which the company says makes the board easier to use. While it’s relatively clear that we’re dealing with a promotional stunt, it remains to be seen if there’s any truth to HUVr’s aspirations or if there is a brand behind the anti-gravity shenanigans. Just the top is probably worth mentioning that the video shown in the device certainly not genuine, despite the argument raised at the beginning of the video.