Who'd have thought you'd see some of the top PC OEMs come together and promote the PC as a brand. But then, with falling sales and interest in the once popular personal computer space, companies are now tripping over each other to try and revive the segment again.
The result is this, Intel's 'PC does what?' campaign, made in collaboration with Dell, HP, and Lenovo. The campaign focuses on showing you all the different things your PC can do, and they already have a bunch of videos for that. Most of these are somewhat cringe-inducing and clearly Intel is no Apple when it comes to showing features in a meaningful, relatable way and instead chose an over the top exaggerated ad campaign that people are less likely to respond to. But if you look past the absurdity, you might just see some actual, clever features.
The company also has a website with a single page, and wants you to come back on October 19. Maybe we will see more then.
You can see all the five videos in the playlist below.
Aren't you ashamed as an IT guy?! :) You only need 1.) !!! 2.) or anything else comes after that, naturally! :)
The Phones wanted to be a PC... so Far its really catching up but PC is Still PC and Phone is still a Phone...
It's so ironic. After releasing the same processor for 5 years in a row allowing for ARM to close the gap , Intel now tries to convince us that PCs are worth the while. BTW who games on a laptop (freakin casuals) and hybrids are terrible tablet...