Summary: Great ereader. Reads epubs, which Kindles do not -- a huge plus for budget conscious people. These readers are available for really cheap now, I got mine for $30. For a touch-capable ereader that reads epubs and weighs only a few ounces, that is an absolute steal. Go for it!
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. It is much nicer than the unit it replaced, and at less than half the retail price of a Sony replacement. Great experience!
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. Just reading.
Excerpt: We donated all our paperbacks to our library, nice tax deduction (a lot of books!). I never have time to go to the library, so I bought my books, spending about $30 a month on books. I bought the PRS-300 on rollback and it has already paid for itself! I go to the internet libraries for my books now and I bought some newer releases online and still came out ahead on my books budget!
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".