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We’ve waited since Back to the Future II for a working hoverboard, and while we still don’t have one, it seems as if it’s getting closer and closer to becoming a reality. First, there was Hendo Hover, which got us excited at the possibility, and now comes this video from Lexus. Yes, they claim to have a working hoverboard that uses liquid nitrogen-cooled superconductors along with magnets to allow it to levitate while a person rides it. It also blends in a little bamboo to give it a more elegant look than the one Marty rode. Right now it’s just a little teaser clip, and we double-checked and it isn’t April 1, so we’ll anxiously wait for more info and keep you posted.


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