New Samsung Advert Pokes Fun at the iPad, Kindle Fire, and Surface (video)

SamsungNew Samsung Advert Pokes Fun at the iPad, Kindle Fire, and Surface (video) Uncategorized has often used its commercials to take its competition down a peg or two, they may have out done themselves with the latest one. A new commercial has been uploaded to Youtube. It promotes the new Galaxy Pro line by comparing Samsung's tablets to the iPad, Kindle Fire, and the Surface.

In the past Samsung has promoted their hardware by comparing it to the competition and talking up features which other devices lacked, but few of those commercials were as funny as this one. It's quite amusing, and I especially liked the way Samsung burned the Surface.

In the past Samsung has promoted their devices by comparing them to the

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4 Comments

  1. juan21 March, 2014

    woman-centric ad, yes?

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  2. carmen webster buxton21 March, 2014

    I was surprised they bothered to take aim at the Kindle, but maybe it was because Amazon targets tablets in their poolside reading commercials. In a way, pointing out an e-ink Kindle is only good for books features its main appeal for a lot of people, me included.

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  3. Thomas21 March, 2014

    “This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by CBS.”

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    1. Nate Hoffelder21 March, 2014

      I know. Weird, isn’t it?

      Reply

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