A little television never hurt anybody, right?
You stand in the middle of the sidewalk, close enough to the display that no one will walk in front of you and block the view, but still in the way enough that you inconvenience all the people that are now forced to walk around you.
All sixteen screens are synced up to the same channel. The speakers blast a catchy pop song designed to draw the listener in and hold them hostage for long enough that they eventually shout "alright, fine! I'll buy the stupid product!"
On-screen is a pretty-looking android with long black hair tied up into two pairs of twintails (making four in total) dancing about on a psychedelic backdrop and shaking a square bottle of vibrantly-colored liquid. It's too fast-paced for you to make out much beyond the brand name (ele-K), the price ($2 a bottle), and the fact that it is definitely not intended for human consumption. It's apparently an energy drink designed exclusively to recharge androids and simulate the experience of taste, but to meatbags, it's basically motor coolant. Despite having no experience whatsoever with androids, you feel an urge to buy some from the nearest vending machine.
SEEK OUT A VENDING MACHINE
KEEP WATCHING THE TVS
STEP AWAY AND JOIN THE CROWD