Microsoft's Surface commercials get remixed, recut & reworked

When Microsoft released its first Surface Pro commercial, if you found yourself saying “I wish I could see someone remix this and create something new,” you are in luck.

Musician Stay Classy has cut and spliced several official Microsoft Surface commercials, as well as some other clips, to remix and remake Microsoft’s launch videos. The video is a bit over two minutes in length and splices together the Surface Pro and Surface RT launch videos as well as some outside material while utilizing the beats from both of the Pro and RT commercials. 

There is some very – and we mean very – mild content at the 1:04 to 1:07 mark that may not be suitable for some work places.

Microsoft is hoping that the Pro will be adopted by the enterprise along with Windows 8 as the platform fills both the desktop and tablet space. Seeing as many corporations only started to fully move to Windows 7 in the past two years, convincing them to move to Windows 8 may be a tough proposition for the time being.

While it seems that the initial demand for the Pro was high, others have reported that the launch stock of the devices were quite low. Whatever the reason, the Surface Pro has been hard to find for quite a few consumers during the launch weekend which is good news for Microsoft, as it means that they were able to clear out the channel in a short period of time.

Both the Surface RT and Pro are Microsoft’s first adventure competing with its own OEMs to sell Windows products. 

Via: Microsoft-news.com

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