Hoverboards were the coolest things back in 2016 with some hefty price tags of $500 and more. Luckily, things have cooled down a bit with the prices now that it’s been a couple years since these boards have been on the market.
The question now is where can you find a some of the best cheap hoverboards that rides like an expensive one and safe to ride without any fire hazards
Most new hoverboard riders really only need an entry type of board, which is about $150-200 dollar range anyways. You don’t need to buy an expensive board if it’s your first board, simply because you’re just going to damage it due to you falling off.
Its natural and it happens… Once you figured out how to ride it properly, maybe then would you want to upgrade to higher end models with all the cool features.
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Choosing a Hoverboard
An ethernet connection is generally the best option if you’re opting for full bandwidth speed. You’re less likely to lose any speed due to the direct wire connection but most gamers nowadays prefer less wires and more wireless connections. Simply because it’s less messy and cleaner.
So, if you’re that type of gamer that likes less wires then this guide is for you.
Keep in mind that we’ll be going over different wireless adapters and they come in mainly 2 different forms
- PCI-E Wireless Adapter
- USB Wi-Fi Adapter