Samsung has built up quite some buzz for their 90 second Super Bowl commercial. They kept the ad under wraps until it aired. It would have been smarter to show it first to some tech guys before using it at the Super Bowl. The Samsung Super Bowl ad starts out with the smart Apple fanboy bashing known now from several Samsung commercials.
The Ad highlights that the 5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note comes with a Pen. A pen based tablet or PDA is what we had years ago. A pen is only useful for handwriting recognition. It is not a feature you want to lead with. Samsung should have rather made the point why one needs a 5-inch phone/tablet.
Apple fanboys and also the tech press (see Techmeme) in general is making fun of the stylus featured as cool new thing in the Samsung Super Bowl 2012Commercial. Watch the Samsung ad below.
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