Agreed. The term "Violence" is quite over-used these days in P.C. bologna. Breaking through a wall is now considered violence? Holy cow no wonder we can't win a war anymore. But, I digress...
You may see it as aimed at devices. I see a pretty doll which is only a representation of women with the word "clueless" across the face. So, if I choose to put a pretty case on my Droid, I'm not deserving of its qualities because I like pretty things?
I do think it's amusing that the other poster that did not like the commercial objected to the violence. I really didn't notice that as much as the in your face, you don't belong here message to anyone who considers appearance as a part of their buying decision. I have a Droid because I appreciate the versatility of the OS and can look past the fact that is is rather blah in design.
It is clearly aimed at devices as ALL of their commercials have been.
My God, woman! Are you that dense? It isn't about women - at all! It is about the iPhone that put "pretty" over "functional."
If you don't get that you are hopelessly lost here. I will have to assume you are one of those folks that finds sexism in every action. That, my friend, is what is really holding us women back. Not the Droid commercials.
But yea, pretty should not be in your top concerns for an electronic device.
Not quite. If you choose to put a pretty case on your Droid, more power to you. If you get the Droid because of the pretty case that you want to put on it, then you are not deserving.So, if I choose to put a pretty case on my Droid, I'm not deserving of its qualities because I like pretty things?
EDIT: P.S. This would go for male of female.
For the record, I have a beautiful clear blue case on my Droid. I did not buy my Droid for the case (it isn't that pretty) and I would not have been heartbroken had there not been a blue case.
Get technology for the power it represents - not how pretty it can be.