MacBook Air mocked in latest Microsoft ad for the Surface Laptop 4

MacBook Air mocked in latest Microsoft ad for the Surface Laptop 4

The Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 has impressed us enough to warrant our ‘TechRadar Reccomends’ award thanks to its great keyboard and features that make it a no-brainer for anyone who must A lot. Microsoft also thinks it’s the bee’s knees, too, more so than the M1 MacBook Air – something it makes pretty clear in its new commercial for the Surface laptop 4.

The 30-second long commercial makes jabs at features included in Microsoft’s latest offering absent from its Apple-branded rivals like a touchscreen, USB-A inclusion, and running Windows natively for apps and gaming.

The gaming point feels a touch less relevant as long as not only is that the Surface Laptop 4 not optimized for PC gaming, but cloud gaming services like GeForce Now are often used across various systems and devices without being restricted by hardware.

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We tried it ourselves on an older MacBook Air model and saw fantastic results, making gaming desire an unusual inclusion in such a brief commercial. the opposite points made within the advert determine that as long as the touchscreen display and USB-A port are included within the Surface Laptop, four could sway, people choose which of the two similarly priced devices they need to get.

You can also use Parallels on M1 Mac products to run Windows on ARM, which may be a far cry from using something like camp to use Windows natively on older non-M1 Macs, but it works suitably well if you would like to use Windows 10 on an M1 MacBook.

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Does Microsoft have a point?

The Surface Laptop 4 won’t accompany an M1 chip any time soon, but you’re getting a variety of recent AMD Ryzen and Intel CPUs instead that are quite capable of handling any tasks or apps you throw at them. Despite its USB-A port, you’ll also still got to purchase a dongle if you would like additional peripherals or connections on the device, as both of those products have sacrificed ports for a slimmer design.

Suppose you’re not already a part of the Apple ecosystem. In that case, the two products are fairly evenly matched, and it’s unlikely that you’d be disappointed together with your choice no matter what side you aligned with. The M1 MacBook Air currently tops our list for the simplest laptops for 2021, and permanently reason, so despite all the shade being thrown by Microsoft, you’re not getting to make a ‘bad choice.