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Microsoft Mocks MacBook Air, Says It's as Useful as a 'Hat for Your Cat' [Video]

Microsoft Mocks MacBook Air, Says It's as Useful as a 'Hat for Your Cat' [Video]

Posted August 29, 2016 at 1:15pm by iClarified · 11593 views
Microsoft mocks the MacBook Air in its latest Surface Pro 4 ad saying the notebook is as useful as a 'hat for your cat'.

With a detachable keyboard, pen, touchscreen, and full Office, the Surface Pro 4 is the one for you.

Take a look at the ad below...

Surface Pro 4 is the one for me
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Shai Israel
Shai Israel - August 30, 2016 at 8:14am
I would never want anything microsoft!
notyourfanaplnorm$ - August 30, 2016 at 1:42am
what is the apple gamer version? when I spend in a device, I like to do as much as I can. so why not games?, 3d capabilities? or I need to be sticked with M$? thx
Selvamax - August 30, 2016 at 1:31am
If Apple release OS X for all people then gamers, game designer, graphics designers, 3D Artiat and custom build PC people all leave Windows completely. But apple holding OS X themselves to give the best companion of Harare and software to their customer. Only issue with Apple is they don't offer customising option for iMac with processor, graphics card, ram. I hope they will release this feature this year
Mang Domeng
Mang Domeng - August 30, 2016 at 7:30am
The design of the iMac is only to be an all-in-one, what you bought is what you get. If you want customizations why not get an entry level mac Pro? You can tinker the insides of how you want it. In Mac you get best of both worlds running windows via bootcamp for your games and mac OSX for the serious stuff without sacrificing hardware and software issues. I know not most of us are computer geniuses to setup a windows rig like the pros do. That is where the problem comes, if you setup a rig without knowing everything you always end up getting an error, crashes and slow-down. I know some Windows fanboys here say they know everything about their system but is not. Just people pretending to know everything. Be real guys!
yogi_baba - August 29, 2016 at 8:44pm
Does it do OS X?
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