The BW-10 was announced in 1982 as a low-cost, mass-market machine based on a revolutionary component design.
- Tiltable 9-inch display and a single 5-inch FDD
- 40 character/second wire dot printer which could also use continuous paper
- It enabled creation of beautiful, easy-to-read documents with 24-dot display/output like that of a high-end machine.
- Support for a variety of input methods: kana-kanji conversion, association (2 stroke) input, romaji input and tablet input.
- The various components (main unit, display and printer) could be freely arranged to save space.
- PALDRAW and PALGRAPH were available as options to facilitate drawing and graphing.