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October 15, 2012
In a series of life's moments, our hands show us all that we've been practicing for.
 
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Jonathan J.
Nov. 13 2013
@david Did you really create an account just to post that?? Go back to YouTube comments section, plis.

[IMHO] The tablet is an integral technological hub/node at home or at work and the imagery - in its touching, warm, and wide-ranging imagery of what we do w/ our hands - is meant to associate the tablet w/ these memorable life moments and positions the Vaio as something THAT integral and valuable in our lives.

But it's the narration, "It's what your hands have been practicing for," that ties it all together. It encapsulates all the images and bespeaks a sense of anticipation about the tablet, ushering you to believe that the tablet is a sum of all those human experiences both in a literal summative way and as a progression in the way technology allows us to conceive of our sense of touch.
@david Did you really create an account just to post that?? Go back to YouTube comments section, plis.

[IMHO] The tablet is an integral technological hub/node at home or at work and the imagery - in its touching, warm, and wide-ranging imagery of what we do w/ our hands - is meant to associate the ...
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David H.
Nov. 12 2012
your hands dont do all of that on the note book but i get what your trying to say but even still bah never mind just keep making these stupid comercials that dont make any sence youve done it for years why stop now right
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