A recap video has been published on the Windows Phone YouTube channel (as can be seen above), which could be considered as a recap of the recap of the challenge that Ben Rudolph (Ben the PC Guy) was offering to those who wielded competitor handsets. Putting $100 on the line, Rudolph went around challenging CES 2012 attendees who were up for attempting to best Windows Phone on a selected task.
The video runs through many of the challenges Ben faced, whether it be posting pictures to social networks, or searching nearby restaurants. While Windows Phone won the majority of the battles, there were a few that were taken by competitor handsets. In the end, our beloved platform achieved the following:
- 30 win
- 3 loss
- 1 draw
- 88% win
Those who lost had to suck it up and admit they were smoked by a Windows Phone. All was not lost though, as a consolation prize, the losers were given a Windows Phone. In the end, not many were laughing at the Windows Phone platform.
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