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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to computers.


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non- +‎ computer


  • The second Apple—the Apple of the iPod, iPhone and iPad—was the noncomputer company that Mr. Jobs perhaps instinctively intended all along.

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  • Plug it in to any laptop, and you 'll get from two to five hours more life, according to the manufacturer (and up to 20 for noncomputer devices).

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  • Craig Mundie, the veteran Microsoft exec who oversees all noncomputer consumer products, lets the younger team members lead the discussion.

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  • Think of Apple in its current form as an attenuated antitrust virus (of the noncomputer variety) for Microsoft.

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  • It is also stepping up efforts to sell chips for noncomputer products such as TV set-top boxes and cellphones.

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  • But unlike its competitors Microsoft and Mozilla, Opera is focusing a lot of attention on noncomputer devices: mobile phones, videogame consoles or just about anything else you can stick a screen on.

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  • Avoid doing noncomputer tasks or taking breaks near the side of your terminal, or turn your monitor off if you do.

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  • When a company in a noncomputer industry grows tired of managing its own data processing

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  • Significance: Perhaps the most successful and aggressive noncomputer business-to-business catalog ever.

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  • The first Mac, in 1984, was something totally new and different to almost everyone in the computer and noncomputer worlds alike.

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