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King Jim Pomera DM10 – the pocket friendly word-processor


The King Jim Pomera DM10 is a pocket sized word processor with 20 hours battery life (from 2 AAA batteries!), 2 second boot up, a 4 inch VGA screen and a fold out 25 cm keyboard to make text entry easy peasy. It’s Japan only right now, but I can see a market for it, even at the $200.00 price point. You can connect it up to your Windows PC via the USB port or store and transfer data via a microSD card. Interesting. I used to type notes in real time into a Psion 5 back in the day, and this looks like it could offer the same kind of useful.


 Digital Memo “POMERA” the paperback book-sized console easy to carry, and 4-inch folding keyboard equipped with an LCD screen. To open the keyboard, a PC smoothly and similar characters can be entered. In addition, the power switch in about two seconds from the start and a long drive by batteries (20 hours of continuous use), anywhere at any time, writing notes to the sensory input and convenient as possible, it is not a new concept is a tool of the digital input .

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Looks interesting. I have a Psion Revo which is a beautiful machine.

    • Yes, I miss Psion. :-)

  • Three phrases :-)

    20 hours battery life

    2 AAA batteries

    Full keyboard

  • Not sure it is really worth it since you can get a mini laptop ASUS linx version or XP version both for under $300 or under 150pds.… I remember when I bought the Sony laptop at that size for over 5X the price.

  • I would like one. It suits my needs. Any plans to offer in the US with an English keyboard?

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