Here’s the full version of the Android “Wear what you want” ad by Google [VIDEO]


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Google attempted to steal some thunder away from Apple when the Cupertino company unveiled new details about their first ever smart watch. They did so by posting a quick video urging folks to “wear what you want,” and showed a wealth of energetic beings rocking the many different Android Wear watches out there.

The full video has now been posted online in case you were wondering how the whole thing plays out. Here’s a quick summary: a lot of cool people do a lot of cool things with a lot of arms and fingers. Be sure to take a gander below if you can afford to take a quick one minute break.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Cool ad, shows off the product and makes you want to dance like the cool kids.

    1. My back couldn’t handle it.

      1. You and I both

  2. This just in. Fox News saw this video and proclaimed that “Google promotes gang violence, as recent commercial shows youth flashing gang signs”.

    1. In other news the people in charge at Fox as well as many of their viewers and employees are moronically stupid and completely out of touch with reality. Reporting things the way they are has never been one of Fox’s strong suites.

  3. Waiting for the people that will undoubtedly complain that Google is in bad taste releasing this ad on the day the Apple watch premiered. Accusing them of acting crass and in bad taste. I know theyre lurking out there somewhere. Trolls

  4. Could have picked a better “song” ? i think.

  5. Google with that desperation. Smh. android wear has been like a year now, but they dont start pumping ads after the apple watch annoucement. Lol

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