As a part of Microsoft's $300 Million Advertising Campaign, the new 'I am a PC' ads are proving to be quite influential and controversial at the same time.
These new 'I am a PC' ads by Microsoft follow the two Bill-Seinfield ads launched lately which failed to promote Windows the right way. The motto of this new campaign is "Life without Walls" and the motif is to bash Apple Mac just like Apple bashed Vista with its 'Get a Mac' ad campaign.
The 'I am a PC' campaign is much more interactive than other ad campaigns in the sense that it allows users to make their own 'I am a PC' video and upload to the official Lifewithoutwalls site. This video is then displayed live on the Microsoft Website and even on the NY Times Square (live video feed provided by Labnol).
The real controversy begins where AppleInsider claims that the 'I am a PC' ad created by Microsoft were actually produced using Macs running Adobe Creative Suite 3.
However there is no proof whether the above image is 100% authentic or not and there may also be a possibility that AppleInsider is being secretly funded by Apple just to spread the false rumor.
For so far as I know for myself, 'I am a Human'.