Become the millennial you love to hate with this electric skateboard (bonus: it's on sale!)


Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. There are a few things that will always be cool. Today, the skateboard has finally been perfected for those of us looking to remove all the work involved -- with an electric motor and a wireless controller. Utilizing a powerful motor with a seven-mile range and a top speed of 12 MPH, this electric skateboard has all the style of a normal skateboard with none of that inconvenient "becoming exhausted" and "having to carry it up steep hills." And the learning curve is basically nil.

Practice your skateboard tricks without falling on your butt


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Movpak: A rolling backpack with an electric skateboard inside


Take a roomy backpack and put a motorized skateboard inside and you have the mobile Movpak. This colorful backpack is a traditional rolling bag that adds a skateboard that can do 20 mph. It can get you to work, as long as you live within its 10 mile range. The premise behind the Movpak is to provide a full rolling backpack for trips. It can be used for the daily wanderings that many professionals make, and it is a complete method of transportation for traveling.

Walnut wants to make shared electric skateboards happen


Its latest model, the Spectra X, is more Airbnb than Bird though. Instead of picking up and dropping the boards off anywhere, Walnut allows individual owners of their skateboards to rent them out through an app. Those looking for a ride can search for the nearest skateboard, initiate a conversation with the owner and pay them for the rental through the app. Seen for the first time at CES, Spectra X is yet to launch, but will likely arrive in China in March, according to a representative. It will be waterproof and comes with a replaceable and rechargeable battery.

Boosted Announces 4 Electric Skateboard Models; Mini S Starts At $749

International Business Times

American manufacturing company Boosted has introduced four new electric skateboard models. The series starts at $749 and can go as high as $1,599 based on their specs and features. On Tuesday, Boosted announced its new lineup of electric skateboards which is composed of the Boosted Mini S, Boosted Mini X, Boosted Plus and Boosted Stealth. The leading ultra-light electric vehicle company said in a press release that all new models feature its hallmark performance, safety and vehicle-grade quality while also ensuring increased durability and smoother ride for fans. The first short board in the series is said to provide reasonable portability at a significantly lower price point than the rest of its siblings.