The BW-150 was an integrated word processor which saved space by housing the keyboard and printer in the main body. It was announced in 1986.
- A 9-inch display and 23 character/second thermal transfer printer was integrated into the main body.
- A dictionary with about 46,500 words and multiple phrase conversion (for converting 20 characters at one time) enabled speed document creation.
- A variety of documents could be created by reading in images with the illustration reader.
- Address book management could be done easily using "PALCARD" -- a software package which enabled data management based on the card concept.