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Sony Bravia OLED

Sony’s model year 2018 Master Series OLED A9F/AF9 was the premiere television set for the high-end market. Its RGBW OLED screen panel produced 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, and was able to reach brightness levels covering the entirety of HDR10’s high dynamic range. This incredible screen panel, combined with incredible Acoustic Surface audio technology and Sony’s most powerful image processor ever, deliver picture and sound quality suitable for enthusiasts and professionals alike. While Sony rarely promotes their home theater products outside of industry presentations and retail ventures, their equipment is certainly worthy of the attention. This theoretical advertisement was designed to showcase the minimalist design of the Master Series OLED, inherited from Sony’s award-winning A1E OLED the year before.

Toyota "Three Brothers"

Toyota has historically offered its performance vehicles in threes; throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Toyota MR2, Celica, and Supra were known as the “Three Brothers.” In 2018, it’s alleged that company president Akio Toyoda voiced intentions to resurrect the trio, starting with the 2020 GR Supra. While the MR2 and Celica haven’t yet made a return, the 86 and Corolla are viable alternatives for this campaign, punctuated with Toyota’s print slogan for the third generation Supra: The Dynasty Accelerates.

AMD EPYC/Zen 3 Server CPUs

Surging back to greatness in the global CPU market with the release of their Zen architecture, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) offers a class-leading line of server processors known as EPYC. This presentation is intended for internal sales teams and technology partners familiar with AMD’s CPU architecture in an easy-to-read, segmented format. It demonstrates the advanced capabilities of AMD’s third-generation of EPYC server processors over previous versions, as well as their quantifiable benefits over competing product options.

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