Japanese Bloggers Don't Buy that the Sony Vaio P is Pocket-Sized
Jan 13, 2009 14:40
This Sony Vaio P ad is trying to show how small the new subnotebook is while also showing off an ass. It's a method I won't argue with. But some Japanese bloggers aren't buying it.
I'm not quite sure what they're trying to say with these photos of them trying to stick much larger computers into their pockets. Are they saying that in the Vaio P photo the computer clearly won't fully fit in that pocket? Or are they just trying to show off their asses? In either case, uh, nice work? [Hachimakikou via Crunchgear]
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