Slogan: This is E-Reading.
The Sony Reader is an e-book reader. It uses an electronic paper display developed by E Ink Corporation that has 166 dpi (200 dpi in 5 inch version PRS-300) resolution and eight levels of grayscale (16 in the PRS-900 model), it is viewable in direct sunlight. The reader uses an iTunes Store-like interface to purchase books from Sony Connect eBook store. It also can display Adobe PDFs, ePub format, personal documents, blogs, RSS newsfeeds, JPEGs, and Sony’s proprietary BBeB (“BroadBand eBook”) format.
The Sony Reader can play MP3 and unencrypted AAC audio files.
Screen: 600×800 px,5″, 6″ or 7″ diagonal,
Memory: 420 MB Accessible
Memory card: Memory Stick Duo Up to 32 GB, SDHC Up to 32 GB (PRS-600, PRS-900
Weight: 10 oz (283 g)
Series: PRS-300, PRS-600, PRS-900
Predecessors: PRS-500, PRS-505, PRS-700
Battery: Sealed internal, up to two weeks of reading on a single charge
Sony Reader Photos
Sony Reader 2010 pink vs Amazon Kindle:
Sony Reader Pocket Edition (PRS-350):
Sony Reader: PRS 350 (Pocket Edition), PRS 650 (Touch Edition), PRS 950 (Daily Edition).
Post author: Daniel Semper