Super Bowl XLV is less than a week away, and while the the big show will feature the Green Bay Packers facing off against the Pittsburg Steelers, there is another event we always seem to watch for. No, I’m not talking about the as-of-lately ho-hum halftime shows, either. For whatever reason, the Super Bowl is the one day of the year people actually get amped up about commercials, and while you can expect many companies to spend their millions of dollars for 30 seconds of ad space on exciting spots that go pop, bang, boom, if this little video that was recently discovered happens to be Google’s pitch they are going for a slightly more subdued approach.
Still strange they aren’t advertising Android, that is if this is the Super Bowl spot at all. We suppose Motorola’s XOOM ad for the big game does that pretty darned well itself. And why spend the advertising dollars when another company can do it? What do you guys think?