Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Morphious, 28 Jan 2005.
From the choices above.
I just stick with Serial A.T.A. It's a bit longer, but less likely to draw puzzled glances from those not up-to-speed on recent tech. It's a shame that some acronyms are largely unpronounceable.
SAH-TUH, but I don't think much of the choices...say-tuh or sattuh? Mine's more like "starter" without the first T and with the usual English neglect for pronouncing R's.
On a side note, one of the guys I used to work with not only pronounced, but thought the word was "starter", and there was nothing we could do to change his mind... Starter drives and starter cables, what memories
SAH-TUH here... or is that SA-TA? hmmm.... ah well, its not like my mates have a clue what im on about anyway
sah-tuh or "serial A.T.A." usually
I just say Serial-A.T.A. or SA-TA, when i am thinking to myself or typing it out.
just serial tbh
S-A-T-A or Serial A-T-A.
It's an initialism not an acronym.
Looks like most people, (Including me), say Serial A.T.T.
Since when was Sant San-tuh????
Sounds liek lazy englishe to me.
S.A.T.A or serial a t a.
Sounds like lazy English to me.
Sa-ta here .
Serial A.T.A. Just easier to understand imo
sah-tuh all the way baby - although I use serial ATA if people don't understand
people saying "sa-ta" do you mean the above or "sar-tar" or "say-tay" or what?
serial ATA, and sah-tuh are the only "correct" ways imo
Separate names with a comma.