Great and format versatile ereader for reading lovers like me :)
10 July 2013
Summary: Sony never lets me down, although in price and flexibility of system (I mean being too restrict, too exclusive when it comes to accessories) I still go for it because the quality and design are simply outstanding.
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: Got this for my daughter whom is an avid reader. The text is bright with the e-ink display and battery life is phenomenal. She uses it a lot for reading and checking her email. WiFi works great. Unit is extremely light. I highly recommend it.
Summary: I bought this after I cracked my Kobo. I love the fact it connects to my library. I can download books directly from the library website. The web surfing is not that great, but it only takes a minute to download if I know what I want.
Summary: I have had my Sony reader for eight months now. The reason I chose a reader over a tablet is battery life. I charged my reader when I first bought it. Since then it only get a charge when I plug it in to download books. I have never seen it less than full charge.
Summary: Basically an excellent e-reader. All the functions work well and the controls are convenient and quite intuitive. The screen is very good, clear, but it could use a bit whiter screen background ("brighter", or more contrast) - the "paper white" could be "whiter.
Summary: I own a Kindle and wanted to have a second ereader. There are a lot of good comments on the Sony so i opted for that one. Similar design as the Kindle, but with navigation buttons on the front and not the sides, or by using the screen.
Summary: I must have liked the reader well enough as I bought a second one. Yes, the first one was fun and I was able to do the internet suff I needed, like check-in for travel when away. BUT DON'T BE A DOPE, AND LEAVE IT ON A PLANE. YOU'LL NEVER GET IT BACK.
Summary: eBook readers... For years I was against using them, for I owned a rooted (and custom rommed) B&N Nook Color tablet. And I could never get used to reading on that thing. But then my roommate got a Kindle Touch WiFi and I used it for a while...