Nokia’s Linux phone — the N900 — has started shipping today. Here’s an ad for it that you won’t see on TV anytime soon.

Contrary to what you might think Nokia does indeed spend great gobs of money on marketing — they just do it largely on the interwebs, where it’s often harder to get noticed.

It may or may not help matters that the N900‘s key features aren’t spelled out for you like you’re some kind of mouth-breathing idiot, but rather embedded in a dramatic scenario that would be right at home in an episode of LOST.

So what do you think? Does this ad make the N900 a must-have, or does it just confuse the hell out of you?

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