FRIDAY FUNNY: Not All Field Tests Are Successful

Two goofy engineers have their way with some technology and prove that not every field test is a success.


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Two goofy engineers have their way with some technology and prove that not every field test is a success.
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FRIDAY FUNNY: Not All Field Tests Are Successful

FRIDAY FUNNY: Not All Field Tests Are Successful

We’ve just come through the hype of Super Bowl commercials, where ordinary products appear to do amazing things. But in the real world, this isn’t always the case.

Sometimes, the situation is far less predictable, and we’re not just talking about failure one day after the warranty expires. This series of spoof videos from Toshiba is a comical example. It involve two men—super dork engineers Matt and Jamie—who get their kicks out of putting Toshiba laptops and televisions through extreme tests against things like monster trucks, steam rooms, and car washes.

Sometimes the results are not exactly made for prime time. Take a look at what happens when laptop meets car wash:

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