We hope the Bro Army loves it!
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2015
ecoustics.com today announces a new video that introduces Papa PewDiePie, the fictional father of PewDiePie, YouTube's most subscribed channel. Playing the role of Papa is Matt Shea, who has also starred in HBO’s Silicon Valley and Showtime’s Ray Donovan. In the debut video, Papa plays a video game classic -- Atari’s Pong. It’s wild and crazy for the Bros!
"We hope the Bro Army loves it,” says Brian Mitchell, ecoustics Founder and CEO.
ecoustics.com also announces a redesigned website, which features more original videos, along with consumer electronics news and product reviews. The website is taking a fresh approach to technology videos, offering up comedic spoofs, cartoons, throwbacks, plus coverage of today’s coolest gadgets and what to buy right now.
The company has already spoofed Apple, Beats, BMW, Carl’s Jr, Doritos, with more coming soon. Throwback Thursdays examines products from the past in a whole new light. Remember Apple’s Newton or their 1986 Fashion Line? What about the first commercial for Microsoft Windows 1.0?
“No company is off-limits. Our videos are for those that like to laugh and love technology,” says Brian Mitchell, ecoustics Founder and CEO.
In addition, Tech in Style videos feature the latest gadgets, while Best Right Now videos take the hassle out of deciding what to buy. Awards are given to the best products at three different price points. Each winner is essentially a #1 for their price.
- Best Budget - the lowest cost product that still gets the job done well
- Best Value - the best combination of price, usability, features, design and performance
- Best at any Price - the cost-no-object product that factors design with maximum performance above all else
Look for new videos each week at http://www.ecoustics.com/video/ or on YouTube, DailyMotion, Frequency.com and Break.com.
ecoustics.com has been a resource for consumer electronics for over 15 years, and has earned multiple awards including Forbes.com Best of the Web, USA Today’s Hot Site, and PC Magazine’s Best of the Internet.