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A hoverboard, also known as a self-balancing electric scooter, is a two-wheeled personal transportation device that is powered by batteries.  It is designed to be ridden by standing with both feet on the board, and using your body movements to control its speed and direction.

Hoverboards typically have a range of features, including LED lights, Bluetooth speakers, and different riding modes to accommodate different skill levels.  They are popular among people of all ages, and can be used for commuting short distances, cruising around the neighborhood, or performing tricks and stunts.

Hoverboards work by using sensors and gyroscopes to detect the rider's movements, and then adjust the speed and direction of the board accordingly.  When the rider leans forward, the hoverboard accelerates, and when the rider leans back, it slows down or stops.  Turning is accomplished by shifting your weight to one side or the other.

There are many different types and brands of hoverboards available on the market, each with their own unique features and specifications.  When selecting a hoverboard, it is important to consider factors such as battery life, maximum speed, weight limit, and safety features such as UL certification.