Furthermore, the Galaxy Note is very different from an iPad when you consider that, well, it's also a phone. Ace Metrix told Business Insider that the Galaxy Note was included on the list because it's the only phone that's being marketed as both a smart phone and a tablet. The Galaxy Note is 5.3 inches and barely fits in a pocket, after all.
The Galaxy Note 10.1, released last month, is a 10-inch tablet that is an iPad competitor. The device made the Ace Metrix list, and people apparently liked its ads more than the iPad's.
The rankings also clear up a separate tablet rivalry. While two Kindle ads made the list, the Nook was conspicuously absent.
Ace Metrix measures how more than 500 randomly selected Americans react to all national TV ads based on watchability, relevance, persuasion, attention, information, etc. Scores range from 1 (absolutely horrible) to 950 (it's a regular on your YouTube queue).