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Agree that they make good products, disagree that people should cut them any slack. Blatantly lying to people's faces in order to push product is despicable IMO. It won't really effect them, but they deserve their name dragged through the mud for this (or at the very least, their marketing dept/whoever allowed this to go on).

This.

Someone in a position of power in that company thinks it is an ok decision to lie to you in order to sell products. I mean personally, if I was in this position, I would never put my name on something that could blow up like this. Never.
    
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This.
Someone in a position of power in that company thinks it is an ok decision to lie to you in order to sell products. I mean personally, if I was in this position, I would never put my name on something that could blow up like this. Never.

I concur. This was a really bad mistake. To even think to do something like play a video of gameplay that could have been on any system makes their marketing team look like amateurs. Im mean come on. This is Intel. A multi Billion dollar company that is supposed to provide the most advanced microprocessors in the world and then they use a marketing tactic like this. This presentation they did takes me back to middle school when we would do small power point presentations in front of the class. Intel, you're are supposed to be a company that reflects professionalism and bleeding edge technology and then they do a presentation like this. The would have been better off not marketing at all compared to how embarassing this was.

Either do it right or dont do it at all. Thats my philosophy. And on top of that they are trying to show their ultrabook cpus can play DX11 games but it made it look even worse when it had a hard time just playing a video.

Very very amateur like if you ask me. Intel is supposed to be professionals, not beginners.
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What do you expect from a company who has been convicted on three continents for massive violation of anti-trust laws?
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To even think to do something like play a video of gameplay that could have been on any system makes their marketing team look like amateurs. Im mean come on. This is Intel. A multi Billion dollar company that is supposed to provide the most advanced microprocessors in the world and then they use a marketing tactic like this. s.

I suppose you prefer how Juvenile AMD's marketing team is or how Apple's marketing team distorts reality?

It's obvious where Intel spends the most on. R & D and not Marketing, like the above companies do.

Now on to pressing matters.

In this day and age, who the hell uses VLC?
Edited by Kand - 1/11/12 at 6:13am
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What do you expect from a company who has been convicted on three continents for massive violation of anti-trust laws?

Right...
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Originally Posted by Kand View Post

I suppose you prefer how Juvenile AMD's marketing team is or how Apple's marketing team distorts reality?
It's obvious where Intel spends the most on. R & D and not Marketing, like the above companies do.
Now on to pressing matters.
In this day and age, who the hell uses VLC?

Everyone does it, some better than others.

I use VLC for .mkv files. Do you know of a better player for .mkv files?
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What do you expect from a company who has been convicted on three continents for massive violation of anti-trust laws?

Their brainchild Foxconn. A product of nafta running people off small farms in mexico creating a migrant worker population, using the exact same military style forced labor production in china has just seen 150 workers in china threatening to jump off the building. They were offered 1 months severance to quit and then they were given no money as it was a decency bluff.

Slave owners in US had to make all the equipment that slaves used for farming 3 times stronger than necessary because slaves kept breaking the equipment to slow down the workload.

This company is used by
Acer, Amazon, Apple, ASRock, Asus, Barnes and Noble, Cisco, Dell, EGA, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, IBM, Lenova, Logitech, Microsfot, MSI, Motorola, Netgear, Nintendo, Nokia, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony Ericcson, Toshiba and Vizio.

Microsoft is responding to it because the plant makes mostly xbox's right now. And using the same approach as apple. We have standards that our suppliers must adhere to. Which this company is the combined coercive forces of most of the electronics industry.

So Intel's anti trust violations are less important than the fact that false promises at it's brainchild operation are no longer cutting it as the misery index is just too high.
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omg hahaha funny !
 
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I suppose you prefer how Juvenile AMD's marketing team is or how Apple's marketing team distorts reality?
It's obvious where Intel spends the most on. R & D and not Marketing, like the above companies do.
Now on to pressing matters.
In this day and age, who the hell uses VLC?

I used VLC for a long time and i like it a lot but it terms of codes and support K-Lite Codec Pack is better.
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How fast he transitioned was a clear sign that it was a video.  Anxiety is easy to spot in events like this over mistakes like that.

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