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.
Compact solution, yet battery kills all advatages of this e book.
9 October 2012
Summary: This e book is compact solution for outside reading, when traveling to school or university. Yet it has a huge con, its battery. If reading scanned document, the battery life depletes enormously fast.
Summary: Broke 4 months after purchase despite careful handling (never dropped). Lower half of screen froze white & vertical stripes down left side. I think it's a faulty device, which Sony ought to cover, but it's costing $30 for repair (+ postage). Otherwise, it worked well & was fairly easy to import pre-formatted text files from the computer to the reader. We thought Sony was a reliable brand, but wouldn't buy one again because they only warranty for 90 days.
Summary: I've had my PRS-T1 for just under 6 months. The Wi-Fi has stopped functioning and won't detect any networks. When I undertook to have it repaired or replaced under warranty, I discovered that the warranty was barely there. If I was willing to settle for trading for a refurbished model, it would cost me $30. If I wanted to have mine repaired, it would cost me a minimum of $25 plus shipping, and I wouldn't have it for however many weeks it took.
Poor for note taking, viewing pdfs, use in dim light, to hold
Amazon Customer, Amazon
7 April 2012
Summary: Product was purchased with the intentions of using it for note taking and reading pdf files in addition to reading books. Note taking using the stylus is difficult; any slight touch of the screen by part of the hand causes a line to be drawn marring the notes. The screen is simply too sensitive for easy note taking with the stylus or your finger Reading pdf files is cumbersome.
Summary: This machine is a great dissapointment to me. While the reader as such is very good and i am mostly pleased with it, the software needed for communication with the computer is pure disaster. I have lost many notes via its "tricks", and many hours trying to solve these problems, even with the customer support, to no avail. If you want it for casual reading of things yu read once and never again, its a great choice.
I did not like. device to lock the screen with great instability
7 January 2012
Summary: the unit is very unstable, crashes constantly is also very little lasting battery and is still missing the Portuguese dictionary for purchase at sony store to improve the resources and lack of sizes and fonts
Summary: I've been using Sony Readers for about 4 years -the PRS-T1 is my third. It's very unstable - I'll be reading and all of a sudden the pages start streaming rapidly. Sometimes it goes directly to the last page of the book. The touch also is too sensitive - often when I turn a page, the dictionary opens. NOT HAPPY!
Summary: I THOUGHT SONY WOULD BE A GOOD CHOICE FOR AN E READER,BUT I WAS VERY UNHAPPY WITH IT. WNEN THE READER WORKED IT WAS GREAT. AFTER A FEW DAYS THE TOUCH SCREEN FROZE AND I HAD NO WAY TO SHUT IT DOWN. I CALLED SONY AND THEY TOLD ME HOW TO RESET IT AND IT STILL FROZE UP. I RETURNED IT AND AM NOW WAITING FOR MY KINDLE TOUCH!!!