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Is it OK to use both followed by [plural NP] + and + [singular NP]?

Example:

This solution requires both computer skills and time commitment that many users don't have.

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Yes it is OK. But you need to add an article to the second item:

This solution requires both computer skills and a time commitment that many users don't have.

Because separately you would write them:

This solution requires computer skills that many users don't have.
This solution requires a time commitment that many users don't have.

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