This is a good reader for those not concerned with extra features.
6 January 2014
Summary: This is the best reader I have ever owned. It will display pdfs with ease and is the only one that never has an error with .txt files converted to ebooks. I have owned the PRS-300, B&N Nook Color, B&N Simple Touch(both with and without GlowLight), and original Kindle.
Summary: Reasonable price. Sony Japan made quality. Premium look, wide variety of covers (leather or plastic, depending of your preferences). Comfortable display size, very like paper book page. Wi-fi option. Long battery life. Say good bye to book shelfs in your room! Reading a lot is my fun again.
Feature packed eReader at an excellent eBay price!
10 June 2012
Summary: Purchased this ereader because of the great value from Cowboom and for all the features on the device. It comes with the cover, stylus, and a/c power adapter so there is no need to purchase any additional items.
Great item, considering getting my dad one for father's day.
15 June 2011
Summary: Had the PRS 600 first and the PRS 950 is a huge improvement. The screen can be read at any angle, no glare, perfectly sized screen, and Wifi capability. The contrast between black and white is great.
Summary: I purchased the PSR950 Sony Reader for my husband; however, I have been using it and really like it. It is so easy to download books that I have purchased. The most important thing is that I can download books from my library. So far, I am very happy with it.
Summary: Non esiste un altro termine..io l'ho trovato a dir poco fantastico. Sono un'appassionata lettrice e adoro leggere ovunque mi trovi, con questo dispositivo è comodissimo, addirittura si può leggere a letto con poco peso da tenere in mano e lo si può appoggiare al letto per leggere di fianco senza che...
Summary: It was a gift for my wife who loves has already read two books on it her only complaint is that she gets glare on from bright lights that is the only negative everything else she enjoys ease of use and the page size(Screen size) and how it goes to last page automatically when she turns it back on to...