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Microsoft’s latest ‘Scroogled’ ad uses ‘Pawn Stars’ show to rip into Google’s Chromebooks

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Nov
2013

its been nearly two years since Microsoft started pushing a staunchly anti-Google message through its Scroogled campaign — since then, Googles biggest products like Gmail, Google Search, Android, Chrome, and Google Docs have all come under fire as being inferior and less secure than Microsofts offerings. (Not to mention these clever mugs and t-shirts.) Now, Microsoft has yet another target: the humble Chromebook. In a new video on the Scroogled website, Microsoft calls in Rick Harrison from reality TV show Pawn Stars to appraise a sellers Chromebook. He then notes that a traditional PC uses built-in applications — like Microsoft Office, of course.

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