"out-of-the-box" , high-end

02:07 Jul 24, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: "out-of-the-box" , high-end
The INTERNOLIX Large Business shop is a highly functional "out-of-the-box" platform-independent and high-end online shop that makes it easy to set up and manage complex ranges of products and articles as well as to use intelligent marketing instruments and customer interfacing tools.

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na"preconfigurado" y "gama alta/tope de gama"
Neil Phillipson



3 hrs

Se suele encontrar la expresión "out-of-the-box" en la literatura, pero tenemos una buena traducción disponible en la palabra "preconfigurado" (es decir, ya configurado y listo para usar cuando se lo saca de la caja). Ver por ejemplo las direcciones adjuntas abajo. Yo diría:

"... es un negocio en línea, altamente funcional, preconfigurado, independiente de la plataforma utilizada y orientado a la franja superior del mercado que hace fácil el establecimiento y la administración de líneas complejas de productos y artículos, así como el empleo de inteligentes instrumentos de mercadeo y herramientas de interfaz con los clientes.

    Reference: http://apg.com.ve/eOrder.htm
    Reference: http://www2.rcp.net.pe/hagamosclick/secciones/hclick/virusha...
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"preconfigurado" y "gama alta/tope de gama"

As the previous contestant offered, I agree with his/her translation of "out-of-the-box" as "preconfigurado", however, as regards "high-end", I would like to offer the following:
I assume here we are talking about hardware/PC classification, thus "alta rendimiento" as high performance. The terminology used in Spain is "gama alta" or "tope de gama". I prefer the first since it is used more often and doesn't sound so colloquial as the second phrase, and would suit your context above more appropriately.
To prove that "gama alta" is the appropriate and popular term used in this field, just do a search on the term in Yahoo.es.

I hope this helps!
Neil (English prof)

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