Sharp RD-PM10: electronic dictionary with touch screen and QWERTY

Friday, May 22, 2009

Sharp introduced the company in the Korean market handheld device with movable and tilting touch screen and QWERTY-keyboard. The model is called the Sharp RD-PM10, combines the functionality of an electronic dictionary and the media. Sharp RD-PM10 can play audio and video. In addition, the device supports handwritten input and includes 128 different dictionaries. Sharp RD-PM10 already sold in South Korea for 360 000 won (about $ 288).

Specifications Sharp RD-PM10
  • Processor TI DaVinci TMS320DM6441
  • Operating system Windows CE 5.0 (own interface)
  • 4.3-inch touch display with a resolution of WQVGA
  • 8 GB internal memory
  • microSD-slot
  • FM-radio
  • Recorder
  • Stereo speakers
  • Support formats of DivX, Xvid, and OGG
  • Dimensions - 139.7 h78, 7h25, 4 mm
  • Weight - 326 grams


Spanish translating dictionary said...

MID's are Dead, I wish these companies would realize this. They are too expensive for the majority of people to consider buying one with their lack of power. A netbook totally kicks ass compared to these things. If they made them available for a $100-$150 then they would come out on top, otherwise an epic fail waiting to happen. just my 2cents worth.

Anonymous said...

Nice post... Looks like solid-state memory is really beginning to take off. Hopefully we'll start seeing decreasing solid-state drive prices real soon. 5 dollar 32 gigabyte SDs for your Nintendo DS flash card... sounds gooooood.

(Posted using NetBlog for R4i Nintendo DS.)