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    Smile can I use the world "tech" to replace the word "product"?

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    i am going to do a short product presentation for one of our new products in front of people

    I would like to start by saying " i am glad to be here to give you a quick look at our new Tech". It is a new tablet device i will be introducing. Can i use Tech/technology or even "new innovation" in this context? I dont want just use the word "product" as it sounds a little boring.

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    Re: can I use the world "tech" to replace the word "product"?

    "Product" may sound boring, but "tech" doesn't work at all I'm afraid.

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    Re: can I use the world "tech" to replace the word "product"?

    Thanks.

    How about the word "innovation" or "invention". Are those words appropriate to replace the word "product" in this context? Or any suggestions?

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    Re: can I use the world "tech" to replace the word "product"?

    Quote Originally Posted by tfc32 View Post
    Hi.
    I am going to do a short product presentation for one of our new products in front of people.

    I would like to start by saying "I am glad to be here to give you a quick look at our new tech". I will be introducing is a new tablet. device i will be introducing. Can I use "tech/technology" or even "new innovation" in this context? I don't want to just use the word "product" as it sounds a little boring.

    Thanks.
    Please note my corrections above. It's important to capitalise the word "I" every time you write it and to end every sentence with a single, appropriate punctuation mark.

    I've heard "piece of tech" used informally but I wouldn't use it in a presentation.

    "New innovation" is tautologous.

    Can't you just start with "I'm here to give you a quick look at our new tablet"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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