Sharp have outdone themselves in their latest ad for Touch Wood SH-08C. Both fortunately and unfortunately this was done a day before the tsunami took place in Japan. The commercial shows simplicity yet it was one of the most complicated ad’s to be put together. I have no idea about the phone itself, but I can’t help but admire its commercial.
I initially read about Wataniya’s E-Waste Program on their website. The idea is to recycle all your old extinct devices for a better environment. Just drop your devices in the box shown above. Those who contributed will get a chance to win latest smart phones. I’m the type that keeps everything because it’s too painful selling devices for 10% of their original price. Then again, I would rather recycle them.
She ate a Nokia, what was everyone expecting. A woman wanted a close up shot while the crocodile had his mouth wide open then accidently dropped her cellphone. Staff didn’t believe her until they called the device and heard the tune coming out of the crocodile’s stomach, that would have got millions of hits on YouTube.
After eating her cellphone, the crocodile changed behaviour completely. She stopped playing with other crocodiles even though she was the eldest, stopped eating and rarely moved. If this continues they will have to Xray the crocodile and possibly surgically remove the device. If she ate a blackberry things would have turned out very differently.[Source]