New PC Vs. Mac Ads

Posted: Jan 30 2007, 3:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:52am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

New PC vs. Mac Ads
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Check out these witty and ingenuous “Get a Mac” advertisements Apple has launched! These tongue-in-cheek ads include renowned comedy duet Mitchell and Webb, playing the PC and Mac respectively. The irony is no more than the blatant truth. (Sorry PC lovers) Just in case you’re not familiar with Mitchell and Webb, they are best known as Mark and Jeremy from Channel 4’s Peep Show.

My favorite is the Virus Ad. The PC (Mitchell) has contracted a virus and is needlessly warning the MAC (Webb) of his guaranteed vulnerability of this pandemic right before the PC ‘crashes’. The runner-up is the Restart Ad. This starts with the PC and MAC sharing what they have in common before the PC notoriously reboots and starts where it left off... More than once! A classic Windows PC. Simply a classic!

Check them, and a few others, out here. Enjoy!

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