I understand computers are hard, and that filming a commercial with people you found off the street can be difficult.
But when you say your product is for PCs only,
perhaps you shouldn’t show people using what are obviously Macs (albeit with the logos covered up).
I can’t tell you how often I’ve gotten a blue screen of death on my iBook. Oh wait, yes I can. It’s never.
Hypnotizing commercial. I sat, transfixed.
Did I tell you I bought a new computer last week? I think I did not. It’s a sweet little artsy HP, geared for the casual user like me who now and then likes to fire up CS2 on top of the usual iTunes/Office/Mozilla setup. Runs like a dream after I ripped apart all the preinstalled bloatware.
PC Speed Scan, April 2008 version (which is what you get at finallyfast.com) found 16 class errors, 34 invalid file extension errors, and 15 missing shortcut errors – which means the CPU is in “critical condition.”
Thanks but no thanks, Finally Fast. I’ll stick with BUYING A DECENT PROCESSOR and LOADING UP ON RAM, after I uninstall this piece of crapware.