Microsoft didn’t hold any punches when comparing the Surface Pro 7 to Apple’s MacBook Pro in the new commercial video posted on YouTube. In the video, the MacBook Pro is criticized for lacking the versatility quotient that the Surface Pro 7 offers with the detachable keyboard, touchscreen, and improved portability. It should be noted that the 13-inch MacBook Pro used in the video is not the one powered by the recently released M1 chip but the Intel one.
While the Surface Pro 7 has a 12.3-inch touchscreen with pen support, the MacBook Pro only has a touch bar. Hence, it points out that the design of the MacBook Pro is of a simple laptop while the Surface Pro 7 can also be used as a tablet. It is followed by the device’s ability to play games. In the video, the company claims that its device is better for gaming than Apple’s.
Eventually, the price of the two is compared in US dollars. MacBook Pro starts at $ 1,299 while Surface Pro 7 starts at $ 890. Compared to prices in India, the 13-inch Intel-based MacBook Pro with 512GB of storage starts at Rs 1,74,900 and the M1-powered MacBook Pro starts at Rs 1,74,900. Rs 1.22,900. On the other hand, the Surface Pro 7 with 256GB of storage is currently available for Rs 99,490. The price difference is quite huge, but buyers opt for one or the other depending on their usage.
While the commercial clearly tries to present the Surface Pro 7 as a better device than the MacBook Pro, it doesn’t make the Apple notebook any less desirable. Sure, the MacBook Pro doesn’t have a touch screen but people don’t buy Apple’s high-performance notebook for a touch screen or for gaming. It is a machine used by creatives and designers who want the best laptop for rendering videos or editing really great photos.
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