If you thought Microsoft had finished making advertisements where it compares its Surface devices with Apple products, think again. Twitter user WalkingCat leaked a new video ad for Surface Laptop 2 today, and we're still not sure if it's really funny or embarrassing.
– WalkingCat (@ h0x0d) July 31, 2019
For this announcement, Microsoft has found a real person named Mackenzie Book, or " Mac Book. " This person compares the Surface Laptop 2 with a MacBook Air on some criteria that include battery life, performance, and the touch screen (which the MacBook Air lacks). As you can expect, Mac Book says that Surface Laptop 2 wins in all aspects, and the announcement ends with it saying. "You should get a Surface, believe me, I'm Mac Book." If that is not an argument strong enough to make you buy one, we really have no words.
To tell you the truth, these ads seem like something from the Ballmer era, although they aren't as desperate as the "Scroogled" campaign that Microsoft made to criticize Google products. To be fair, Apple also makes fun of its competitors from time to time, but since the "I & # 39; m to Mac" era, this usually happens during keynotes to get some laughs from a conquered audience.
Do you think this is fun? Microsoft announcement, or do you think the company really no longer needs to put its hardware against Apple products to sell them? Let us know below.
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