Microsoft rings in 2013 with some new Windows 8 ads
In the first ad, we are greeted with the song “Everything at Once,” by Australian singer Lenka who is also the star of the ad. While Microsoft highlights the apps that are included with Windows 8, Lenka dances in a black and white room with a motif of stripes, shades and patterns while wearing black and white pajamas.
The star of the second ad, “Free to be Me,” puts the Lenovo Yoga 13 in the spotlight with a cameo appearance by the Asus VivoTab. The commercial shows the Fresh Paint application in action along with SkyDrive and Maps while the artist finds inspiration to paint some sunshine and makes you want to paint sunshine too.
source: Microsoft (YouTube) via Neowin.net
2. mrllano posted on 01 Jan 2013, 04:22 5 0
The first ad is already airing in the Philippines for 2 months now
6. 7thspaceman posted on 01 Jan 2013, 06:45 3 2
Happy New year everybody I wish the best for everyone. The Microsoft Surface Pro will go to the market place later this month. this is the one Us Microsoft windows fans have been waiting for It is a PC Tablet which is in a different category than the Ipads and Android and the Windows RT Tablets that are already in the market place The "Surface Pro" comes to the Market place with a gigantic ECO SYSTEM of PC/Laptop Business programs, PC games, Educational programs, Special PC windows Programs written for business and Industry, it Views internet Flash Video in it's desktop internet explorer, and has the new pretty full screen Modern UI AKA metro apps. I expect the reviewers who did not like the windows RT will put down the Microsoft "Surface Pro" but guess what us Windows Fans wont give a damn about what they have to say and will buy the Microsoft "Surface Pro" because it's our machine the Ipad has it's fans and the Android People have their nexes 10 but us Windows fans have our hero device too. Microsoft however has to price it right because there are some Windows 8 tablets out there for 600 to 700 dollars that do more or less the same thing the Microsoft Surface pro can do. so Microsoft price it as low as you can go and still make a profit. remember Microsoft if you want to stay in the game the price has to be right
7. gazmatic posted on 01 Jan 2013, 06:52 1 1
i'm that guy that goes around installing windows 8 pro on every computer i know... especially if it uses xp... even if it doesn't meet the minimum requirements...
so far no complaints... all those who SAW it said "no way" "that looks too confusing" "how am i supposed to...."
those that actually USE it have never came to me for advice apart from setting up their microsoft live accounts...
windows 8 is a hit on middle aged women that only play cut the rope.... hahahaha
8. threed61 posted on 01 Jan 2013, 09:25 1 0
My 14 year old niece, who's not very tech literate, just got a cheap w8 laptop, and figured it out in about 15 minutes. I think w7 is still better for non touch devices, and have no plans to upgrade my laptop/desktop.