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BenQ Uses 9/11 To Push New MP3 Player, Spell Incorrectly

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Matt/CG Shout-out on Geekbrief

Rojas over at Engadget brought to our attention that BenQ is pushing its new MusiQ MP3 player with background images of the World Trade Center. Aside from being a distasteful use of the disaster, BenQ apparently also has some beef with Webster’s Dictionary, because the last time we checked, “believe” isn’t spelled “belive.”

In fact, look at that silly glove that guy is wearing. What does he think this is? A Fallout Boy concert? BenQ, take note: You’re ON NOTICE! We won’t have you exploiting America in your ads as long as we’re around.

BenQ uses WTC & 9/11 imagery to sell devices [Engadget]
Earlier: BenQ MusiQ

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