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.
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. (2) T-1 screen resolution 800 x 600; T-3 1024 x 758 (3) T-1 battery rated at 1 month; T-3 battery rated at 2 months.
Summary: Got a great deal on a refurb, directly from the Sony store. It's not a bad thing to buy last years model at a huge discount and get a matching cover for free. The reader is a great unit, one of the lightest out there with very clear readability, all necessary connectivity, SD extendable, even plays MP3s. Fits any pocket. No regrets here. So far so good, where I have to take the stars off is for the software.
Summary: Two negative features are : it doesn´t connect with my Mac Power PC notebook, too old! and I expected the screen to become luminous so I could read at night but so far I need a lamp One positive feature is it easily discharges epub books from Wi Fi, quick an d simple.
Summary: I just bought this two weeks ago, and while it is easy to use and set up, there were two things which bothered me. The first is that the battery life is advertised as lasting a month which is not true. In fact, I exchanged the first one because the battery lasted only three days but the replacement does the same thing. I would rank this a 5 Star product if the battery lasted at least 7 days, but it is very inconvenient to have to charge it every 3-4 days!
Summary: Bought a used and at first impressions, I am satisfied. Is stretched over how it will handle PDFs after reading the reviews but I have hope that things go well. Otherwise, it should well be able to be converted. Also looking forward to borrow books with it, although I think it's a little silly technically how it now works. Adobe Digital Editions is really a tough player with Sony's Reader for PC.
Summary: Felt that in Akademibokhandeln, was a bit plasticky. It was locked for Akademibokhandeln page (ditto), so it was not on. The dealers writes that one gets Wifi access to Reader Store and Google Bookstore. But, if you look at the Reader Store (Sony's own e-bookstore) so it says "The Service is only available for use by users with a credit card with a United States or Canadian billing address".