Sony Reader Review

Sony Reader Review
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In this Sony Reader review we will provider an overview of the 3 Sony Reader Models you can buy. All models of Sony Readers feature E-Ink technology which provides you with easy reading without causing eye strain because e-ink looks and reads just like paper.

The Sony Reader is compatible with both Mac and PC platforms and the really nice feature the Sony Reader has versus the Nook from Barnes and Noble is the support of Microsoft Word documents.

Supported File Formats:

  • ePub and PDF
  • TXT files
  • Microsoft Word Documents
  • BBeB Book
  • Images: JPEG, PNG, GIF & BMP
  • Audio: MP3 & AAC
  • Sony Reader Touch Edition

    The Sony Reader Touch Edition features an easy to use 6 inch touch screen that allows you to turn the page with a simple swipe of your finger with the convenience of being able to carry up to 1,200 books with the built in 2GB storage capacity. If you want to store more than 2GB of eBooks and mp3’s there’s an expansion memory slot so your storage capacity with this digital eBook reader is truly limitless.

    The Sony Reader Touch Edition Specs

  • 16-level gray scale
  • 800 x 600 pixels
  • Screen Size : 6 inches
  • Unit Dimensions: 6 5/8 x 4 3/4 x 13/32 inches
  • Weight: 7.58 ounces
  • 2GB built-in storage with option to get 32Gb SD Card expansion
  • Highlight & Note Taking

    Another feature you’ll love with the Sony Reader is the ability to highlight sections or paragraphs you want to revisit later as was as add notes using the stylus that is included with your reader

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