Microsoft Takes On Google Chromebook In The Latest Scroogled Series Of Ads

Microsoft started the Scroogled campaign in an effort to teach consumers about how Google invades their privacy and sells their data to advertisers. The latest ad in the series is aimed at consumers who might buy Google Chromebook for its cheap price tags. In the above ad, Microsoft points out the main drawback of Chromebook becoming essentially useless when you don’t have Internet. And they also points out the ways in which Google sells their data to make money.

 At Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, it’s all about separating the real deal from the imitation—and the Google Chromebook sticks out like a sore thumb. Rick and his crew are leery of the Chromebook—and you should be, too. See for yourself in this video.

 Of course, there is a message at the bottom of the video that Windows laptops are different. A Windows PC delivers everything you need a computer to do, online and offline.

Check out the website here. It contains lots of information about Chromebook and its cons.

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