Summary: Sadly, this device will not see distribution in the US; Sony does not want it to compete with it's new tablet. This is particularly frustrating because ereaders and tablets are entirely unrelated devices.
Excerpt: This is a great ereader as you are able to borrow books from your public library even when abroad, provided you can connect to wifi. Also you can close the book and your page will not be lost. No need to bookmark
If you are thinking of buying Sony bear in mind that their customer service is poor and aggressively pitched towards making mone
M P Weblin, Amazon
6 September 2014
Summary: Sony Reader Shocking Customer Service I received a t3 reader from Sony for Christmas, in August it stopped working, it had been carried in a bag with a Kobo E Book, a mobile phone and two cameras, they were all undamaged.
Excerpt: I have owned each of the Sony readers since the 500. Each new model has been a step forward with the PRS-T3 having all the features I could possibly need. A little more expensive than some of the the competition, but built to the usual high standard expected from Sony, worth every penny.
Summary: Don't bother buying this. I started my ereading with the first Sony and I loved it. I saw this one and thought the improvements were worth upgrading. Apart from the lack a light, I thought it was an excellent bit of technology. Obviously I also liked Sony products.