We Ranked The Top 10 Super Bowl 50 Tech Commercials

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Reactions are still pretty mixed when it comes to the Super Bowl 50 commercials (Have you gotten Puppymonkeybaby out of your head yet?) We’ve ranked what we think are the top 10 best ads for the tech and electronics sector.  

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1. T-Mobile — “Drop The Balls”

T-Mobile had two great spots this year (you can see the other one here), but this one with Steve Harvey is clearly the front-runner.

2. Amazon Echo — “#BaldwinBowl Party”

Amazon wins for the largest number of celebrities packed into one spot.

3. Beats by Dre — “Cam’s Prayer: My Way” Featuring Future

Released just before game time with a tweet, rapper Future narrates an ad with Cam Newton that showcases the PowerBeats2 Wireless headphones.

4. Squarespace — “Real Talk”

Comedians Key and Peele “bring the passion” for this website-building company.

5. GoPro —“The Big Game TV Commercial”

In a rare act of mainstream advertising, GoPro does what it does best: armchair-gripping, eye-widening, vibrant and exhilarating point-of-view videos.

6. LG — “Man From The Future”

Previewed before the big game, LG uses Liam Neeson, Ridley Scott and Jake Scott to show the wonder of OLED. 

7. Intel – “Experience Amazing”

Just a chipmaker? Intel goes for inspiration with its Super Bowl spot.

8. Wix.com — “Kung Fu Panda Discovers The Power Of Wix”

Website-building Wix gets on the bandwagon of the new “Kung Fu Panda” film with this cute spot.  

9. Fitbit — “Dualities”

Fitbit wants to show it’s not just about fitness tracking in this ad showing off the recently introduced Blaze smart watch.

10. PayPal — “There’s A New Money In Town”

Cash is so Super Bowl with Roman Numerals. The future is in digital payments, PayPal asserts in this rousing commercial.


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