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The Get a Mac Ad : " Elimination "

May 14, 2009 by     15 Comments    Posted under: Apple

Apple ” Mac ” has fired back and as their response to Microsoft Ads” Laptop Hunters “ here and here and they called their latest commercial ” Elimination ” , they have emphasized the less headache that a Mac User is experiencing compared to Microsoft.

The latest Mac Ad by Apple called ” Elimination “ mock a Microsoft PC’s inability to resist viruses and crashes. Check out the ad below.

So will you go for Mac or Microsoft ?

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  • I so love pc vs mac advertisements.. hehe

    I am also aiming for a macbook anytime soon. Pero tama si jehz eh.. *bulong* mas mura ang pc, at pwede taon taon or every two years ka bumili… lol.

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    • @jayl,
      Kung sabagay.. ang talagang problema sa pc yung kapag nag freeze na .. pero at least every year bago 🙂

  • In my own point of view it depends on how you will use your desktop, i’ll choose microsoft instead of MAC(the price hurts) but when it comes to laptops i think there’s no one out there yet who can compete with macbooks it boots really really fast

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  • hahaha.. parang gusto ko na nga din mag MAC.. daming problema ko sa PC.. tsk tsk… 😀

    Pero everytime pag nasa loob na ako ng MAC store, parang may bumubulong sa akin na mag PC ka nalang kasi mas mura at magagamit naman kahit isang taon lang.. wahehe..

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    • @Jehzeel Laurente,

      Ang mahal kasi ng Mac.. gustong gusto ko sana yung Macbook Pro.. mahal sa Saudi

  • Haha. I loved the commercial! A passive-aggressive way of saying to the people that mac is definitely better than windows. 🙂

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    • @deux,

      Well for me, I have only tested microsoft and not Mac, but who knows i might be able to try it in the future. I have heard lot of good things about Mac.

  • Wow! Hey guys, just stay cool about this one. We’re all standing on the shoulders of giants here. I know that I will be in the middle of this classic debate with my friends since half of them are Mac users and the other one of a PC.

    I have both and depending on what I do, comes my preference in what to use. I’m a software architect and most of my projects requires .NET technologies and SQL Server and I’m also a social media practitioner and do my stuff using a Mac.

    In my opinion, we cannot really tell who’s platform is better. It all boils down to preference or choice. But that’s just me and at the end of the day, results matter.

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    • @Rob Angeles,
      It only means that Mac and PC have their own strength and weaknesses. It depends on what application is required

  • I love to have a Mac and an iphone this Christmas. Yay, sana marinig ni Lord ang prayers ko at sabihin sa hubby ko. ^_^ hehehe…

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  • Mike Abundo, you’re very silly.
    And impolite.
    Like the all PC users.
    Maybe you’re jealous about you have problems
    with your cheap garbage computer,
    but all who have a Mac, are free from any problems.

  • Megan is a dumb rich bitch who can’t handle a real computer.

    • @Mike Abundo,

      “A dumb […]” … pot calling the kettle black?

      So a real computer is defined as … ?

      Ah, one that suits your needs.

      The whole point of the ad is to rebut the ads by Microsoft. The ads by Microsoft suggest users want to buy something, and that Macbooks don’t offer them. And then they buy something that completely doesn’t suit their needs in any way, ever.

      Maybe the MacBooks won’t suit everyones’ purposes, but they sure don’t just miss every mark simply because they’re made by Apple. The MacBooks suited the needs of the people in the Microsoft ads, but Microsoft isn’t exactly going to admit that, are they?

      I’m willing to bet your comment is made with no experience using Mac OS X 10.4 or Mac OS X 10.5.

      And don’t call me a fanboy either, I run Linux. Suits my needs.

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