The shell is a combination of matte and shiny plastics, but it still feels like a solid piece of hardware.
Kinect is the most elegant non-Apple integration of hardware and software we've seen in years.
The company designed and assembled the device from the hardware on up, opening a factory in Burgundy for its production.
New iPods: Your iPod nano and iPod shuffle are looking aged, so maybe it's time for a hardware update?
Leo, however, seemed less jazzed about the hardware in her hand than the peck she received from presenter Jeremy Irons.
In 1850, he left the trade in dry goods and took up that in hardware.
But anything will do, except a grocery or a hardware store and places like that.
The hardware man seemed at that moment to Mr Twitter the hardest-ware man that ever confronted him.
hardware was too high in price, and was no longer needed for clothing.
He seemed to have lost interest in the matter wholly and to give his time solely to his hardware store.
A computer, its components, and its related equipment. Hardware includes disk drives, integrated circuits, display screens, cables, modems, speakers, and printers. Compare software.
The physical, touchable, material parts of a computer or other system. The term is used to distinguish these fixed parts of a system from the more changable software or data components which it executes, stores, or carries.
Computer hardware typically consists chiefly of electronic devices (CPU, memory, display) with some electromechanical parts (keyboard, printer, disk drives, tape drives, loudspeakers) for input, output, and storage, though completely non-electronic (mechanical, electromechanical, hydraulic, biological) computers have also been conceived of and built.
See also firmware, wetware.