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very true. its like choosing a slower, more expensive, but sleek, hp laptop over a slightly less modern-looking, but faster and cheaper, toshiba laptop. if you care about your devices, you'd make the right choice.
2 years, 5 months ago on Editorial: Cheap Plastic? It's Called Engineering
"they can do it anyway they want" and "there is nothing wrong with this ad" are two completely different comments. they are free to express whatever they want in their own ads, but that doesn't mean they're doing it right. for example, you said "they are advertising for power users, knowledgeable users, and people who don't have a clue how to use a can opener." no offence, but that's stupid... an ad that show's off minute features such as "palm touch mute pause" is not marketed towards the same users. electronic idiots and power users are completely different markets, and the bottom half of this ad only attracts one of them... obviously we know there is more to come. that part is true, but saying nothing is wrong with this ad is false. it is shitty advertising if you are in the "knowledgeable" or "power" market. but then again, most of us already know why the s3 is FUCKING BEAST and dont need stupid ads
2 years, 5 months ago on Samsung Fires First Shot In Galaxy S III, iPhone 5 Smartphone War
yeah there are tons of irrelevant iphone features that could be added to this list. this ad would only attract the ignorant. the s3 is better for many other reasons