Sony Touch Edition

Continuing with our discussion on eReaders, this week we will be talking about the Sony Reader. Like we mentioned in our Walkman blog, Sony has done a good job in keeping up with technology and is competitive in many fields; the ebook field is no exception. Sony has designed three ereader models. Today we will be talking about the Touch Edition.

The Sony Reader Touch Edition is 1 of three readers Sony offers. Starting out at around $169, this ereader was PCWorld’s #1 ereader in 2009. In saying that, let’s look at the feature and specs to see why it was rated #1. The Touch Edition comes in 3 colors: red, black, or silver. It also supports audio files for listening to music. The Touch Edition comes with 512MB of user storage and users can add 16GB with a microSD card. It has a 6 inch grey level display that allows it to be read in the brightest of places. A user can also view multiple file formats with the Sony Touch Edition. For example, you can view files in PDF or Word formats. The battery lasts up to 2 weeks on a single charge.

Over all this is a good device. If you are in the market for an ereader, do not rule Sony out. Sure they have great TVs, computers, and mp3 players, but there ereaders are top of the line as well. Until next time, happy teching!

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