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EtymologyEdit

non- +‎ smart

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nonsmart (not comparable)

  1. (technology, electronics) Not smart.
    • 2003, George M. Calhoun, Third Generation Wireless Systems: Post-Shannon signal architectures (page 360)
      Fixed beams are quite easy to form and may be viewed as an extension of older nonsmart antenna systems (where directional selectivity was achieved by the design of propagation patterns from single antenna elements).
    • 2007 May 24, David Pogue, “How to Make Your Cellphone Act Like a BlackBerry”, in New York Times[1]:
      Only a few nonsmart models, primarily newer Razr models and a few Nokia phones, can run Yahoo Go. And once again, no Verizon phones need apply.

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