This experience is not a result you will likely achieve, so do not expect your own experience to produce similar results under similar circumstances. Warranty does not cover repairs for such extraordinary events. Do not try this at home.
Yes it was a dramatization, but it was (or so they claim ) based on real stories they've received from customers.PlaceofDis said:thats pathetic, but at least at the end they say that it was a dramatization, really they should have just said that it was a waste of money
The Horror .MattG said:Hey there are some "my Mac burned up and it still works" stories too!
What part can't you believe?Daveway said:I came across this movie on ibm's website. I can't believe they actually went and made a movie about this.
Yeah, whats wrong with that, we like Apple. I'm not sure why you would want a product like that unless you needed a computer that was going to get knocked around a lot. Why build a laptop that is 3 inches thick, weighs almost as much as you and looks like a brick?2nyRiggz said:so whats wrong with this? ok his thinkpad survived the fire and etc...i think thats cool that IBM can make such a strong product. The Ad might be lame but the story is good...i would really like a computer that can stand that test because i know the ibook cant take that beating......Tell me this would this be lame if it was an apple computer story?.....no half of you would be giving praise.
My 5 cents.