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Apart from watching the New York Giants win its fourth Super Bowl Championship, millions of viewers stayed glued to their TV for the game’s advertisements. Not a lot of tech-related products placed ad spots on yesterday’s Big Game, such as Samsung promoting its Galaxy Note smartphone-tablet hybrid.

The storyline features different groups of bored customers waiting in line, subtly implying the people queuing for the next “thing” from Apple. They suddenly spotted some random passer-by tinkering their Galaxy Notes, which elicited the hipsters’ curiosity and head to “freedom.” You can view the whole commercial here.

The Apple fans were not happy about the ad and vented their rage on Twitter. They poked fun on the Galaxy Note’s use of a stylus, which was prominently displayed in the ad, adding the hashtag #palmpilot to describe the “throwback” technology.

What the fans miss is that the Samsung Galaxy Note can be used with touch and stylus, using the latter for special functions such as jotting notes.

Source: Mashable

 
 

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