8 Things Back To The Future Part II Got Wrong

Yesterday, we looked at 8 things which Back To The Future Part 2 correctly predicted for 2015, among which were tablet computers, flat panel displays, keyless entry systems and the idea of having a computer in every room. Today, let’s see what the filmmakers didn’t get right.

These are products which aren’t even close to manifesting as consumer products, or just plain wrong.

The Coveted Hoverboard

Hover Conversion

Auto-Adjusting and Auto-Drying Jacket

Hydrator

Faxes Instead of Emails

Fusion Generator

Public Fax Terminals

Barcode License Plates

Bonus: Cash Instead of Electronic Funds Transfer

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Comments (17)
  • AJ

    Well, most major grocery stores will fax documents for you at their customer service desk.
    That’s kind of like a public fax terminal.

  • John

    Time Travel

  • Reba V

    Have you noticed that many state plates now have this DNA like image running down the middle? Thats a scannable bar.

  • Thant Zin

    Maybe these are already real/possible in parallel universe (reality). :D

  • Mihai M

    There is STILL TIME.
    hoverboard.. hoverboard.. hoverboard..

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8 Things Back To The Future Part II Predicted Correctly Yesterday, we looked at 8 things which Back To The Future Part 2 correctly predicted for 2015, among which were tablet computers, flat panel displays, keyless entry systems and the idea of having a computer in every room. Today, let's see what the filmmakers didn't get right.
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This review may contain affiliate links, which pays us a small compensation if you do decide to make a purchase based on our recommendation. Our judgement is in no way biased, and our recommendations are always based on the merits of the items.

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