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Gigaset

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Gigaset Ad
Gigaset is a former subsidiary of Siemens AG (1). In April 2011, the company created a poster for a DECT speakerphone "Gigaset L410" at FedCon in Düsseldorf. The poster featured a klingon text which had been translated by Ralf Gebhart (an identical translation was also submitted by Michael Roney and Chris Lipscombe) without any errors. It was printed in pIqaD letters:

cham 'Itlh Dalo'meH tlhIngan SoHnISbe'.
Subtitle: "You don't have to be a Klingon to use advanced technology."

References

1 : (de) Wikipedia article for Gigaset

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Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 18 May 2017, by MichaelRoney    Created: 25 Oct 2016 by MarcZankl



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