New Microsoft Giampaolo Commercial Keeps On Hitting Apple Where It Hurts

Posted: Apr 5 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:44pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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Microsoft released the second Laptop Hunter commerical continuing to heat up the war between Apple and Microsoft fans. This time tech savvy Giampaolo (You must just love the Ad agency to pick this name) hunts down a power user laptop for under $1,500. See the video of the ad below.

Giampaolo has just a few words for the unibody Apple Laptop, but they hurt, because of their stereotypical nature.
As with the Lauren Microsoft landed another great commercial here. For proof read some of the 500 comments the story triggered on Engadget.Apparently some people still believe that Lauren and Giampaolo are people from the street that got picked by MS to shop for a Laptop. These are actors and these are ads, despite Microsoft trying to keep everybody in the dark about it. Microsoft might have even got HP to pay the bill as both Lauren and Giampaolo end up with an HP Laptop.

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