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Sony PRS-T1
6.9 out of 10

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Overall 10
9.5

Hands on Review of the Sony PRS-T1 e-Reader

Good E-Book Readers
1 April 2013
  • Conclusion: One of the things I noticed right away was the lack of a physical volume slider on the device. It instead relies on software driven controls within the audio application. The T1 does not have speakers but using the headphone jack you can listen to a wide array of media options in AAC or Mp3 formats.
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Sony PRS-T1 vs. Sony PRS-650 Video Comparison

Good E-Book Readers
1 April 2013
  • Conclusion: If you have a 650 and are wondering what all of the hype is all about on the new T1, look no further then another Good e-Reader Video Comparison!
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Sony PRS-T1 Vs. the Sony PRS-T2

Good E-Book Readers
1 April 2013

Expert Review

The eBook Reader Blog
3 May 2012
  • Excerpt: Since figuring out that the new Sony Reader Wi-Fi runs Android yesterday, I’ve had plenty of time to get familiarized with the PRS-T1’s new user interface and design. So I put together this ten minute video review below to show the Reader Wi-Fi in action.
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Overall 4
4.0

Sony Reader Wi-Fi (PRS-T1RC) Review

LAPTOP Magazine
22 November 2011
  • Summary: If you're looking for an eReader with a solid selection of eBooks and a stylus, Sony's Reader Wi-Fi is worth a look. But while it beats the Kindle and Nook in terms of note-taking abilities, it falls well behind the competition in many other areas, and costs $30 more.
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
21 November 2011
  • Conclusion: While the narrow, button-free sides of the display frame take some getting used to, the overall design is intelligent and carefully engineered. Encouraged by Sony’s uncharacteristically competitive pricing on this model, we recommend the Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 to readers who want features comparable to...
  • Pros: Lighter than its peers, Sharp, dark display, Workable music playback and Web browser, Supports finger-touch or stylus input, EPub compatibility, Competitive price
  • Cons: Bezel sides are very narrow, Battery not removable, No 3G option, No mobile apps for reading on smartphones, AC adapter costs extra
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Sony PRS-T1

Best-eReaders.com
29 October 2011

Sony PRS-T1 Reader Wi-Fi Cover with Light Review

The Gadgeteer
29 October 2011
  • Conclusion: Unless you read exclusively in the direct sunlight or in extremely well-lighted places, I think you’ll want to add the Sony Reader Wi-Fi Cover with Light to your PRS-T1. You’ll find it’s a nice cover all the time and a good source of light when you need it.
  • Pros: Lightweight and sturdy case, Stays on the reader at all times; acts as a protective cover, Even, bright light covers the entire screen
  • Cons: No closure to keep the cover closed over the reader's screen, Requires AAA battery for power
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Sony Reader Wi-Fi (PRS-T1) eBook Reader Review

The Gadgeteer
28 October 2011
  • Conclusion: I like the Sony PRS-T1 Reader Wi-Fi and I find myself reading on it a lot lately. (I passed the Kindle along to my husband.) It’s much easier to hold for long periods than my iPad 2 is, and it doesn’t have other apps that lure me away from my book.
  • Pros: Clear eInk screen, Responsive touchscreen that doesn't add glare, Can check out and read library books, Can read even in direct sunlight, Wi-Fi connectivity to buy and download books from the Sony Reader Store (bookstore), Lightweight
  • Cons: Can't read in very dim or dark rooms
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Overall 7
7.0

Sony Reader Wi-Fi (PRS-T1)

PC Magazine
18 October 2011
  • Conclusion: Sony finally comes down to earth with the Reader Wi-Fi, a $150 ebook reader that compares well with the B&N Nook Touch and upcoming Amazon Kindle Touch.
  • Pros: Slim design. Excellent contrast. Includes a memory card slot, a headphone jack, and ePub support. Attractive font choices.
  • Cons: Clunky Reader Store is difficult to use. No Reader Store-compatible iPhone or iPad apps. A few bugs.
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