Wacky Japanese Intel Ultrabook Ad Copied ‘Plant of the Apes’ Wrong
Normally we like dancing animals, but this video is just odd. WTF Japan?
Here’s Intel Japan’s Ultrabook promo video:
Just as Intel did not license Apple’s MacBook Air patents, perhaps Intel did not want to pay for the rights to Planet of the Apes. So, instead of apes and a water planet, Intel’s knockoff contains tiger and a barren planet.
The video ends with Intel proclaiming it as “Sponsors of Tomorrow”. Yes, if its tomorrow is January 2008, when Steve Jobs introduced the MacBook Air.
via Kontra @counternotions:
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