The latest in the "Get a Mac" ad series pokes fun at Windows Vista's disproportionate spending on marketing and improving the actual product.
The "Get a Mac" ad features our favorite Mac representative next to a Windows Vista bean counter, who is hard at work allocating funds between advertising for Windows Vista and money spent to improve Vista.
In the banter between the two during the "Get a Mac" commercial, it's insinuated that Windows would rather spend their money on ads for Vista than actually improving the product. Clever!
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"Get a Mac" Attacks Vista Ad Budget
- By: Marissa BrassfieldOct 20, 2008