Passing off these names in a conversation will make you look like you’re in on the inside information of some of the hottest products:
Zephy: The code name of the Xbox 360 Elite edition, the all-black Zephyr is an update over the Xbox 30, sporting an HDMI port and a hard disk bumper up to 120 GB.
FASN8: The quad FX platform AMD, the FASN8 (pronounced as “fascinate”) is the first AMD Silicon Next-gen 8-core platform from the company. It promises to put in eight physical cores of 2-Phenom FX processors on a single motherboard that supports Hyper Threading.
F3: Sun’s new open source product family, JavaFX, consists of JavaFX Script and JavaFX Mobile. This environment has the ability to run under any browser or Operation System that supports Java. The reason it’s so interesting is that JavaFX Script focuses on user experiences with interfaces that have rich animated media, while other scripting languages are more oriented towards building web pages.
Bearlake: Intel’s next generation chip sets, the p35 supports 65 nm process nodes, the most advanced semi-conductor fab technology. Due to this, the chip sets use lesser power and are more economical. The P35 chipsets will support DDR3 RAM, too.
Parivartan: A project by Indian Government to network towns and villages by making all vehicles function as free Wi-Fi nodes. The more the traffic, the faster the network becomes! They should try implementing this in Delhi, Bangalore And Mumbai I’m sure we’ll have the best networking system in the world in this case 😉
Now if you are wondering how to use this, the how bout something like: ” I love my Zephyr. Life will be rosy when I can browse the Net with F3 on a FASN8 or Bearlake system. Doing all that on the road sounds to good to be true. Let all of us pray that Parivartan takes off
These are some of the technical words you can use to impress your friends and sound knowledgable 😉