The new commercial, as posted on the Windows YouTube channel, focuses on Beowulf Boritt, who has been in charge of the set design for Broadway plays and musicals such as On The Town and Rock of Ages. The commercial shows how Boritt is using the HP Spectre x360 and Windows 10 to help create the sets for the upcoming muscial version of the movie A Bronx Tale. He states that using Photoshop and an optional pen on the notebook's touchscreen to create the set sketches is something he could not do on a Mac.
In addition to the main 30-second commercial, Microsoft has also posted two shorter 15-second versions of the ad. The HP Spectre x360 that was showcased in the Windows 10 commercial is available for $1.399.99 from the Microsoft Store in its gold-plated color.
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