CNET editors' 2009 blooper reels Video
CNET editors' 2009 blooper reels Video Transcript
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>> Ready? Ok
>> Don't stop. Jerry Crew.
>> This is a different oh.
>> This also used to be. This also used to be [beep].
>> Comes in multiple colors. This is red. You also you also can you also can.
>> The headphone market is swamped with ultra portable.
>> The most
>> Depending on which menu you're in and in and what and functions ok sorry.
>> Some how it's weird. It don't feel like it's good you know?
>> Pass the bullet points to the GPSs.
>> Ultra portable. Ultra portable. Ultra Portable. Ok got it! Alright now.
>> To remove them simply just hold down and on.
>> You looked in Browns.
>> While the Dell 24 [beeps].
>> Thunderbird 3 has just is just [beep] for a sentence.
>> I was saying it and not reading it and I got lost.
>> And press the but the entire content of or was it entire content?
>> Oh yeah.
>> Dedicate what am I trying to say here sorry. On the back there's no. On the ^M00:01:28 [ inaudible comment ] ^M00:01:31
>> Something's [beep] wrong with me.
>> Users can brown, brown.
>> This does this does.
>> Here's where you can find information on the model and can pass it. I can't do it.
>> Oh look. Ok gonna check that out. Ok.
>> It only has 2 USB ports.
>> The most appealing selling point of the 30 inch HP [beep]. I'm gonna save the name.
>> Here's where you can find information on the model and capacity of your so I it's like umpacity [inaudible].
>> Oh no I have pen on my hand. I just got a manicure.
>> It only has 2 USB ports to support extra storage. [beep]
>> iTunes will likely grab a.
>> 4 color temperature
>> It's actually a different phonebook that is.
>> I'm looking at the prompter and I'm talking.
>> Press that you'll try to get that right.
>> I'm talking. I'm looking. I'm looking. I'm talking.
>> iTunes will likely grab a. Oh I can't say it.
>> It's the 3.2 Amoled
>> Good choking by the way.
>> Oh good thank you.
>> And finally 1 more turn takes you to the ultimate
>> You cannot just pull
>> oh man there's a [beep] sorry.
>> One of the biggest downsides is
>> You cannot just put any of these drive.
>> God I feel like I'm reading promos.
>> Ting ting ting.
>> I have small hands. Ok.
>> You cannot just put any of these drives out by accident. A very good design actually. The [beep]. I can't do this! It's weird! I can't do this! I don't know why. I can't do this!
>> Lacks an HDMI connection and although [beep] you!
>> I didn't read that right.
>> Gonna do it one more time.
>> Can we use the old tech? Yeah. Done. Forget about that.
>> For CNET.com I'm Donald Bell try it again.
>> Happy Holidays!
>> That's a wrap!
>> Get out of here! Get outta here! Stop! I don't want to sit here ok. I don't want to sit next to you guys! [beep].
>> Happy Holiday's.
>> Woo hoo! ^M00:04:20 [ laughter and music ]
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