Microsoft Continues Attack on Mac With New Surface Ads [Video]

Microsoft Continues Attack on Mac With New Surface Ads [Video]

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U - March 18, 2016 at 5:10pm
The Mac must be eating quite a bit into Windoz's sales for Microsoft to stoop that low! But then again, didn't they plagiarize the Mac GUI!!!
Bill - March 12, 2016 at 5:01am
Pay Microsoft, next pay a Kardashian, just dig, yourself in a deeper hole you will have to sell more surface books to turn a profit
Ammar - March 10, 2016 at 3:48pm
To all other imitators stop the jealousy and start doing something innovative like apple do.
Thufail - March 10, 2016 at 5:40am
You can do it on the ipad pro with amazing apple pencil. Not like the crap pencil you use
@&/:*%#! - March 10, 2016 at 4:45am
Why buy this crap if you already have a macbook pro? If you have a ipad pro with apple pencil, just hook it up together with astropad app you will get dual screen with 2048 pressure sensitivity in the stylus rather than their's with only 1024 pressure sensitivity. You'll get faster response because both devices doesn't consume each other's hardwares. The MBP has its own ram and so does the ipad pro. The apple pencil has surpassed the wacom stylus in terms of accuracy and better control because of the added sensors to it like gyroscope and accelerometer which the wacom only relies on its spring for pressure sensitivity.
. - March 10, 2016 at 4:49am
duet app also does it to.
ViewRoyal - March 9, 2016 at 10:14pm
Microsoft is out of touch with reality. No one wants to use their fingers or a stylus on their laptop or desktop computer. In addition to the dreaded "Gorilla arms syndrome", you can use your multi-touch much more effectively on a trackpad than on a vertical computer screen, because 1) you are not blocking what you are trying to manipulate, 2) you don't get messy finger smudges all over your screen, and 3) you can use smaller precise movement on a trackpad than the large imprecise movements you would make on your screen. Also, on a laptop you need to use your other hand to support the moveable display as you push your fingers all over it. And if your laptop is on your lap (usually at an angle) pushing on the screen (if not supported by your other hand) will send it crashing to the floor. Duh! The software and hardware of a computer using a desktop operating system is very different than that of a hand-held multi-touch tablet. Just because you CAN make a laptop that has a multi-touch screen, doesn't mean you SHOULD make a laptop that has a multi-touch screen! There are logical reasons why Apple makes desktop computers and multi-touch tablets, and doesn't try to combine the two. You end up with something like the Microsoft Surface. It is neither a good laptop, nor is it a good tablet. It is too thick, heavy and expensive, and using your fingers to run a desktop application is an exercise in futility (there are very few "tablet" apps for the Surface). No one buys a Surface WITHOUT a keyboard/trackpad cover, because it would be mostly useless without one.
Micro$oft PC - March 9, 2016 at 10:12pm
"I can't do this on my Mac!" -BSOD. 'nuff said.
Apple Mac - March 9, 2016 at 10:06pm
I think is hilarious on the first add when he says "I can't do this on my Mac" Lol - Sooo you have a Mac then?
Daniel Carr - March 9, 2016 at 9:32pm
I just think it's unprofessional to attack another company no matter who it is.
Rahil - March 9, 2016 at 6:44pm
Good. Apple products have been stale and stagnant for years!!!! Stop kissing apples ass and just be unbiased for one second......
Nu uh!! - March 9, 2016 at 6:55pm
Bad! Apple products are always ahead of their games and rivals that only involve Apple proves why they're not mentioning anyone else to begin with! Enough being stabbed by Micro$ofts shattered glASS in order to get a real bias on some level!
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