At last, you can own your very own Mattel Hoverboard. Okay, so it doesn't actually work, but this super-rare Back to the Future Hoverboard ($30,000) is one of the only remaining wooden props used in the film. In excellent condition, it features wood and metal construction, complete with rotating footpads and bottom-mounted "magnet pads." A must-see for any film memorabilia buff, we only wish that we could get ahold of Biff's "Pit Bull" model. [Thanks, Sam]
Time to dig out your 80's porno stash. The Ion USB VCR ($230) lets you transfer your old home movies and other VHS videos straight to digital. It offers a direct USB link to the computer, captures video in MPEG4 at resolutions up to 720x480, sports RCA inputs for other analog video sources, and composite video and audio line output for connection to a regular TV. Just don't forget to rewind.