Definitions Computer equipment Effective March 16, 2015, Session Law 2015-1 amended the list of covered devices in North Carolina. Peripheral keyboards and mice are no longer covered devices under the law. Any computer, monitor or video display unit for a computer system, and the peripheral equipment (except keyboards and mice), and a printing device such as a printer, a scanner, a combination print-scanner-fax machine, or other device designed to produce hard paper copies from a computer. Computer equipment does not include an automated typewriter, professional workstation, server, ICI device, ICI system, mobile telephone, portable handheld calculator, portable digital assistant (PDA), MP3 player, or other similar device; an automobile; a television; a household appliance; a large piece of commercial or industrial equipment, such as commercial medical equipment, that contains a cathode ray tube, a cathode ray tube device, a flat panel display, or similar video display device that is contained within, and is not separate from, the larger piece of equipment, or other medical devices as that term is defined under the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. The complete definitions can be found here: § 130A-309.131. Definitions. Television Any electronic device that contains a tuner that locks on to a selected carrier frequency and is capable of receiving and displaying of television or video programming via broadcast, cable, or satellite, including, without limitation, any direct view or projection television with a viewable screen of nine inches or larger whose display technology is based on cathode ray tube (CRT), plasma, liquid crystal display (LCD), digital light processing (DLP), liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS), silicon crystal reflective display (SXRD), light emitting diode (LED), or similar technology marketed and intended for use by a consumer primarily for personal purposes. The term does not include computer equipment. The complete definitions can be found here: § 130A-309.131. Definitions. Questions about the North Carolina electronics recycling program and its requirements; contact: John Patrone at email@example.com or 919-280-4814.