Microsoft Attacks Chromebooks With Its Latest Scroogled Ad

By | November 27, 2013 | 6 Comments

Microsoft Attacks Chromebooks With Its Latest Scroogled AdYou just got Scroogled.

Either Microsoft has too much cash or they feel threatened by the (possibly) rising Chromebook demand. In its latest video, the software giant goes to show you how Google is using your data to make cash, why these laptops are bricks and why it’s not worth anything.

Check it out:


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  • james911

    Chrome is shit anyway. Never buy that piece of crap. It’s only designed to gather all your data and sell you to advertisers.

  • bert

    they arn’t bad as a second laptop

  • Heath

    I was actually thinking about a Chromebook considering how much I use Google Docs, but it didn’t occur to me that if there’s no internet access, you can’t access Google Docs. … I wonder how true that is. Well if it is true, maybe I should just save my money for that Galaxy Note 12.2 Tablet thats coming out soon.

    • G

      It’s not true. You can you GDocs offline too

  • ilogico

    This is called spreading FUD: Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt.
    “It’s not a real laptop, it doesn’t run Windows or Office” WTF?

  • Mohan

    These are so stupid ads! It’s as if MS is scared of Chromebooks.