Sharp PW-AC10 Electronic Dictionary

It’s not often, if at all, that we have a need to carry a portable dictionary around with us considering we live in an age where computers with spell checkers and phones that also spell check are fully available. However, there must be some requirement for a dedicated dictionary because Sharp has created the PW-AC10 electronic dictionary.

UberGizmo point out that it looks like a Blackberry although it lacks many features of a blackberry due to it being just a dictionary.

The device is claimed to be the most compact dictionary. It has a colour screen and measures 118.6 x 68.6 x 18.8 mm in size. The screen on the front measures 2.4 inches and is capable of showing 320 x 240 pixels in QVGA.

The device has a QWERTY keyboard along with twelve built in dictionaries as well as English to Japanese, French to Japanese and German to Japanese translations.

When launched on August 8 in Japan, it will cost $150.

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