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  • Electric skateboards for an urban future
  • Electric skateboards for an urban future
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Electric skateboards for an urban future

The hoverboards that Back To The Future promised for 2015 might still be a pipe dream, but the next best thing is on its way. Electric skateboards are here, and they're lighter, faster and more sophisticated. The latest, the ZBoard 2, proved an instant hit at CES 2015.

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