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Microsoft Mocks MacBook's Speed, Resolution, Lack of Touchscreen in New Ad [Video]

Microsoft Mocks MacBook's Speed, Resolution, Lack of Touchscreen in New Ad [Video]

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Microsoft is out with a new ad for the Surface Pro 4 that takes aim at the MacBook's speed, resolution, and lack of a touchscreen.

We’ve gone country, but the Surface Pro 4 is at home anywhere with its powerful Intel processor, detachable keyboard, pen, and touch.

The company is likely hoping its message will resonate with customers since many are frustrated that Apple hasn't updated its MacBook Pro in 486 days and its MacBook Air in 557 days.

Take a look at the ad below...

Mike Thatcher - September 18, 2016 at 11:29am
The OSX is better wahhh!! The b*tt hurt is strong in these comments haha!
LonDikLong - September 18, 2016 at 6:31am
Let's see, you spend 1000 on both device. Year 1, Windows starts to have issues while Apple runs like new. Year 2, Windows crashes a lot while Apple still runs like new. Year 3, you replace the Window Wes device and spends another 1000 dollars while Apple still runs like new. Fast forward to year 6. You spent over 6000 dollars on replacements and parts to keep the Windows running and While the original Apple purchase runs like new. This is a tough decision.
Mang Domeng - September 18, 2016 at 4:42pm
I agree with you. I had my mid 2009 15" core 2 duo macbook pro for 6 years and still running. My investment in a laptop for graphic projects has paid off and it is still running until now with the latest macOS installed. Compared to my HP windows laptop with wacom pen interface included in the windows vista with the same specs, lasted only until 6 months because of the overheating, slowdown issues. The fact that I maxed-out the specs of my HP laptop for my graphic projects didn't paid off with the money I invested in my first laptop. After that then I gave macbook pro a try. At first I was a dummy using it after a long time I've used it I finally mastered it and made it my tool of my trade. I told myself if I will replace it as soon as Apple discontinues it by not supporting it in their macOS release, viola! It is still updated. Now I am using my macbook pro as my server at home for my Apple TV media via iTunes. It is still useable after it's 6year lifespan. 6 years of investing in a Mac has paid off and will upgrade a new one soon with no regrets.
Mang Domeng - September 18, 2016 at 4:43pm
That's how apple fanboys enjoy their Apple products.
Whysohard - September 18, 2016 at 5:56pm
Ha ha ha. True! Windows never!
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