Steve Jobs Mocked Action Pad Google Android Ad
An advert which uses a Steve Jobs impersonator to sell an Android tablet has been criticized for its poor taste. In the ad, Taiwanese comedian and impersonator Ah-Ken, dressed in Jobs' trademark black turtle neck sweater and blue jeans and sporting white angel's wings and a halo, extols the virtues of Action Electronics Co.'s combined tablet PC and multi-language dictionary, which runs on Google Inc's Android.

A Taiwanese electronics company is caught in a controversy after using Steve Jobs' image to promote "Action Pad", an android- based tablet. In the commercial, Taiwanese comedian and impersonator Ah-Ken, dressed in Jobs' trademark black turtle neck sweater and blue jeans and sporting angel's wings and a halo, is shown praising the Pad.

The tablet features a multi-language dictionary and runs on Google's Android OS.

"Thank God I can play another pad." the character imitating Jobs says.

The "Action Pad Taiwan" commercial posted on YouTube, though has no reference to Apple or Steve Jobs, has attracted wide criticism on the site.

"Steve Jobs always promoted things that were good for people, Apple products, so his image can also promote other things that are good," said Chelsea Chen, a spokeswoman for Action Electronics was quoted in Reuters.

Below is the link to the Action Pad Commercial..
http://youtu.be/aeXXwQrQiPE