Just as it did last month, Samsung again takes shots at the iPad in a new ad for its Galaxy Pro series tablets. The ad opens with a video call in which the boss calls for a revised presentation deck to be emailed, and the Samsung user is able to send it during the call … 

After also poking fun at the Surface for being more like a laptop than a tablet, and a Kindle for only doing books, it ends by claiming the Galaxy Pro screen looks better than the iPad “because it has more pixels.” The ad takes a similar tack to Microsoft, which also ran an iPad-knocking ad focusing on the multi-tasking abilities of the Surface.

It’s no surprise that competitors need to attack the iPad: in 2013, the iPad sold more than the next four tablet makers combined sales, with Apple selling almost twice as many tablets as Samsung, and Microsoft lost somewhere in ‘Other’ …