The tag line? No USB, No Thanks. If Microsoft wanted to get a little more ambitious it could have gone a little further by copying those religious bumper stickers. No USB, No Thanks. Know USB, Know Thanks.
On Monday, we gave you a look at Nokia's new ad for its Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet. The spot points out how the Nokia slate has a longer battery life than the Apple iPad Air (the Power Keyboard adds 5 hours of battery life to the 8000mAh cell inside the Nokia slab) and the Power Keyboard also allows you to type on a physical QWERTY keyboard. "Did I buy the wrong tablet?," asks an Apple iPad Air sporting young man once he spots the Nokia Lumia 2520 at work.
Want to see Microsoft go after the iPad again? Just click on the video below.
source: MicrosoftSurface via WPCentral