Video: It's 2016, and Tech Decks are still going strong. The folks at Kuma Films gathered eight talented fingerboarders from around Taiwan and sat them in front of a huge rotating dinner table, which they converted into a miniature skate park. Watch them grind tiny concrete barriers, varial over little handrails and generally pull off all the tricks you used to try to do on your desk in high school. Of course, if practicing a new skill isn't your thing, you could always buy one of these pint-sized RC decks.
If you'll excuse me, I'll be on eBay checking to see what a Nintendo 64 and a copy of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 goes for these days.