In the ‘80s, when I was a child, Hoverboards – also known as self-balancing scooters – were the stuff of science fiction. Today, they’re a reality…albeit in a different form than we expected - they don’t hover!
In many ways, 2016 has been a terrible year, or as the Queen would say, and annus horribilis, but when it comes to gaming chairs, they seem to have escaped much of the drudgery. In fact, they’re more popular than ever, and rightly so, because there are some excellent examples on the market, especially those from premium brands, such as Giotech.
In case you hadn’t noticed, hoverboards are becoming increasingly popular. We don’t blame you if you didn’t notice, because what we call “hoverboards” don’t hover at all. It’s somewhat misnamed then.
Self-balancing scooters, or hoverboards as some people like to call them, have a mixed reputation. When they first came out a few years ago, people thought they were cool. Recently, they’ve tended to develop a similar reputation as roller blades: it’s not what the cool kids do.
Do you know which self-balancing scooter is right for you? If not, the following four questions will help you to work it out. It’s important that you make the correct decision, and that you don’t simply buy the first scooter that you find. There have been issues with some self-balancing scooters, so make sure you do your research.
Any gamer that takes the hobby seriously will have a gaming chair. They’re brilliant, and the right one can enhance your gaming experience massively. Today, we’re going to be reviewing one of the most popular entry-level gaming chairs, Gioteck RC5.
OK, so some of you haven’t got over the loss of summer yet. It’s only September, after all. Nonetheless, we’ve noticed plenty of Facebook people lamenting the dimming sun and the shorter nights.
When “hoverboards” first came out, people got very excited. Flying boards! Who wouldn’t get excited? It’s the stuff of childhood dreams….and then we saw them, and disappointment swiftly ensued. These boards don’t hover! Why do they call them hoverboards at all?
If you took the internet as a reflection of everyday life, then you wouldn’t be too far off the mark to assume that self-balancing boards were everywhere – there are so many viral videos, articles, images, and even memes (“That’s Not a Hoverboard: This Is a Hoverboard” – of course with Marty McFly and the Doc). And, we agree, they aren’t hoverboards, which is why we call them “Self-balancing Boards”