Football fans will hardly move from their TV sets and other entertainment devices, when the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51 tomorrow. So, you must have been very excited. The fun and excitement will reach a new level when the Super Bowl ads of the tech companies will be run in the game. In this article, you will find a preview of 5 of the tech commercials. Take a look at them.
Tech Company Super Bowl Ads: Intel
Intel’s Super Bowl has been starred by the NFL star Tom Brady. The four-time super bowl champion showcases the way Intel’s 360 replay technology is enhancing the sports watching experience. The new system makes everything look epic, both on and off the field. “I’m excited for the potential of this incredibly unique 360 replay technology to transform the viewing experience for sports fans,” said Brady.
Tech Company Super Bowl Ads: T-Mobile
Justin Bieber has followed the path of Drake to jump into the primetime TV with T-Mobile’s Super Bowl ad. The famous singer has acted as a “Celebration Expert.” He amazes everyone by going through an epic journey of the history of touchdown dances. He is accompanied by Rob Gronkowski, the New England Patriots tight end and Terrell Owens, the 6-Time Pro Bowler.
Tech Company Super Bowl Ads: Sprint
One of the best Super Bowl ads of this has been produced by Sprint. The carrier comically takes on Verizon, one of its major rivals. The scenario of faking your own death to get out of the phone contract looks extremely funny. What looks even funnier is being informed about alternative plans after pushing the SUV over the edge of a quarry.
Tech Company Super Bowl Ads: Nintendo
Nintendo’s Super Bowl ad is all about Switch, the next-gen gaming console. Much of the time has been devoted to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the upcoming game that is shaking the gaming community. Some other eye catching games, like Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, have also been showcased. The commercial is pretty decent. However, it is not as bombastic as the other Super Bowl ads.
Tech Company Super Bowl Ads: Google
Google is going to use the original Home launch commercial as its Super Bowl ad of this year. The video, which was first seen in October, has generated over a million views on YouTube. It showcases some amazing applications of its smart home speaker and Google Assistant. Google Home is quite similar to Amazon Echo. It can be used to playback entertainment throughout your house. It can also be applied to manage day-to-day tasks.
This is the end of the preview of the Super Bowl ads of the tech company. What do you think about these commercials? Share your thoughts by hitting the comment button.