Mac Book says 'get a Surface' in leaked ad from Microsoft

Surface Laptop 2
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What you need to know

  • A leaked Microsoft advertisement features a man named Mac Book.
  • The ad compares the Surface Laptop 2 and the Mac Book.
  • The commercial highlights several areas in which the Surface Laptop 2 beats the MacBook.

A leaked advertisement for the Surface Laptop 2 features a man named Mac Book comparing the Surface Laptop 2 and the MacBook. The commercial is tongue-in-cheek and reminiscent of a Taco Bell advertisement in which Taco Bell hired several people named Ronald McDonald to say they liked Taco Bell. The Microsoft commercial was leaked by Twitter user WalkingCat.

The ad compares the Surface Laptop 2 to the MacBook in regards to battery life, speed, and touch screen. As you'd expect, the commercial highlights areas in which the Surface Laptop 2 beats the MacBook.

It's worth pointing out that the fine print in the commercial says that the comparison is against the MacBook Air.

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