Wacky Japanese Intel Ultrabook Ad Copied ‘Plant of the Apes’ Wrong

Friday, July 13, 2012
By OP Editor

Normally we like dancing animals, but this video is just odd. WTF Japan?

Intel Japan Ultrabook

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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Tags: Apple, Counterfeit, Humor, Mac, MacBook Air, Video

3 Responses to “Wacky Japanese Intel Ultrabook Ad Copied ‘Plant of the Apes’ Wrong”

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    He is singing “Ula-TORA-Book” as in Ultrabook with a Japanese pronunciation. “Tora” is Japanese for tiger. No apes here.


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