Summary: i love this electronic reader. the size is perfect. i take it every where with me. IT fits easily in my purse. Even though im told the library doesnt carry the hardware to down load it to a computer, im still going to keep it. i read while standing in lines to be checked out. :-)
Summary: I trashed my Sony PRS-350 eReader and then discovered that the Sony no longer produced the item. I found a " like new" replacement at AI. It arrived on schedule, in the original packaging with all accessories.
Summary: I've been using this EVERY DAY since I bought it. It doesn't go online, it doesn't allow you to put in a SD card. But it DOES fit perfectly in my pocket, the battery life lasts for a good 3 weeks, and it holds a ton of books!
Summary: This is my second PRS 350 reader. Very handy. Fits into any purse or any pocket. It is always with me wherever I go. The first one lasted two and a half years. Never any problems. I killed it myself inadvertantly. Sony technical support is very good. And no, I don't care about Wi-Fi or audio.
Summary: The biggest reason to love the 350 is the size. Yes, the screen is an inch smaller than the standard 6" readers, but the device, with the cover, fits in a lot of pockets the standard readers won't go. I just like having a book with me for all those little "waiting times".
OMGoodness this e-reader is SOOOO MUCH MORE USER FRIENDLY THAN MY MOTHER'S KINDLE !!!
Stephanie L. Zimmerman, Amazon
31 March 2012
Summary: I've spent days trying to download library books to my Mother's new (old) Kindle, no luck. A friend of hers gave her this Kindle, so it didn't come with instructions, I've been to the Kindle help page, obviously no luck there. I can't call ANYONE at Amazon...
Summary: I have had my reader for a while now and I gotta say I love it. The screen is big enough and easy to read, but it has a problem with diagrams and artwork. That seems to be common with readers at this point though so I was not too shocked or upset.
Summary: This is my second Sony Reader, the first crapped out with a bad screen display (kept showing an image in the lower left corner). I actually contemplated a Kindle but I really love the availability of the Epub format.