There may be a wireless point but is there mains electricity ?
I doubt the battery life would be up to much in the extreme conditions portrayed.
Another one that I find annoying is the one where the male user takes the laptop onto the beach to demonstrate wireless connection ... only the small print flashing up on the screen shows that its "artistic" licence being used for demonstration purposes.
I'm using my new AJP Centrino notebook in the house and get a fair number of dropped connections despite a 'very good' signal.
I hope that out of the house performance (I'm shortly off to the Indian sub-continent to work) lives up to expectations.
There is definitely a 'disappointment factor' to be considered if Intel does not make realistic claims and they may be subjected to a backlash if the popular computer press lock on the the 'misleading' idea. That would be counterproductive.
But niggles aside, it is SO nice to sit in another room, not a 'recognised computer room' and send responses to threads such as this. That is a BIG plus.