So here we have Siri plaintively admitting that she can’t do things that fine Windows 8tablets do.
“Sorry, I can only do one thing at a time,” she says, her ire and embarrassment barely constrained.
She confesses she isn’t too wily at PowerPoint, either. Well, what is she? Some sort of lowly administrative associate?
This all takes place in the style of the original iPad Mini ad. It’s even complete with a rendition of “Chopsticks,” which is allegedly Siri’s default when she feels defeated.
I feel sure that those millions who still enjoy their iPads might enjoy offering a rejoinder or two to these firmly worded accusations. They know that she is being forced to say these things.
Here, though, Microsoft ends with a price appeal, comparing the Asus VivoTab Smart (a mere $450) with the much higher price of the iPad.
I wonder if, in the coming days, there will be a smart rush for this VivoTab.
I can reveal, though, that Siri has been released from her captivity. I just asked her about the VivoTab.
She replied: “I found 15 cab companies… 13 of them are fairly close to you.”
It’s my accent, you see. She still gets confused, no matter how slowly I talk.