Hoverboard technologies have come a long way since the official release back in 2016. After fixing a few bugs on the electrical system of the first hoverboard flagship to deploy in US stores, the hoverboard industry continues to improve itself.
The technology inside hoverboards keeps revamping the functionality, speed, power, and durability of new hoverboards. The latest hoverboards count with top-shelf sensors for its self-balancing feature, a kickass motor, and Bluetooth speakers by default.
Moreover, a better technology allowed for manufacturers to amp up the speed and make hoverboards extend its range. Cool Hoverboard features include Dual Sine Wave control system and an LCD screen to display speed and temperature. The LCD screen can indicate battery level, speed, and Bluetooth connectivity.
Aside from the UL 2272 Safety Certification, most hoverboards come with a high rate lithium battery, to ensure no hazard possibility.
As for the charging time, most hoverboards take between 1 and 2 hours to charge, with an average of 1500 cycles entirely. Some hoverboards bring a Samsung Battery module as well, as well as a removable battery.
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To stand out in the current market for hoverboards, unique design and innovative features are the only choices. With Levit8ion Xtreme, Xtreme SE & Xtreme G2, a new hoverboard design has been introduced in the market.
Now, the latest and top rated hoverboard models featuring an “all-terrain” mode. And there are a few places you can’t get your hoverboard with this feature. However, you can take it to beaches, grass fields, uneven terrains and more.