The eReader functions perfectly, but there are defects in the background.
Ralph E. Webb, Amazon
5 March 2014
Summary: This is a good device for reading. It is light weight and easy to navigate. As mentioned above, it does have some defects in the reading area, which takes some getting used to. At first it bothered me a lot, but I have learned to ignore these imperfections.
Summary: So far it's been great. I'm able to read my favourite books not concerning about book weigh and volume, also I'm able to save money inserting school papers and pdf files in it, instead of printing them. Nevertheless, after all previous advantages, I can hear too the songs that I desire and want.
Still capable but competition has better screen and software
Meow Tomcat, Amazon
12 December 2013
Summary: The Sony T-1 came out in 2011, but differs little from the 2013 Sony T-3 model. First the differences, (1) 800 khz processor on the T-1; 1 ghz on the T-3. This translates into faster pages turns and response on the T-3.
Summary: it was purchased as a gift, the recipient loves it, and is still using it. White edging is easy on the eyes it mimics that page and doesn't feel confining for ease of eye movement on your page.
Summary: Very nice screen but refuses to list books correctly, crapy software makes a beautiful reader pretty much useless so I am still looking for usable firmware or a fix while I use my old reader for my many books.
Summary: It is a great book simple to use, no back lit screen to prevent headaches. Unfortunately I find up loading a book from the computer more of a task then it should be. Customer service is awful, I purchased a book sometime ago and can no longer find it in my library I contacted customer support and it...
Summary: I purchased the e-reader in March 2013. Almost 2 years after its first release. There is a newer version (PRS-T2) but I chose the older because: 1- I got it for a very good discounted price. 2- The newer version does NOT play audio. They removed the audio output jack.