Summary: I really like this reader I would have given it a 5 if it had been in color that is the only thing plus they got rid of being able to earmark a page so when I really enjoyed a section of the book I would mark it so I could go back to it. Great that it holds more books
Summary: I had ordered a Nook Simple touch and was so disappointed with it that I returned it. The Sony PRS-T2 is much better. The Nook wouldn't connect to my home WiFi. The Sony PRS-T2 connected to the same network immediately. The T2 has a nicer screen.
Summary: A very thin and elegant book reader. My previous book reader (Amazon Kindle) didn't work well with pdf documents, so I ordered this one. I found Sony PRS-T2HBC a lot better for reading pdf documents. One bit I don't like is that controls are a bit slow in pdf documents, i.e.
Summary: The Good: The reading screen is great, couldn't be better. The writing ability of screen/stylus is better than my awesome two year old 650. It is very fast. The Bad: The buttons are in the place they put them on the original kindles; rught under my thumbs when I hold the reader.
Summary: I love the Sony PRST2. I chose this rating because of it overall good quality. The first bonus I would like to mention is that it has an extremely long battery life with the wifi off. I have always been a Kindle lover and still am, but I wanted to try the Sony EReader.
Summary: It has wifi which is awesome and I don't haven't to rebuy the books I have already bought....just redownload which was one of my biggest concerns...for just reading this is perfect. My only real complaint is it comes with a stylis but no place to store it's.