Sony PRS-700 Reader Review

Posted: Jan 22 2009, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:43pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
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Since the Amazon Kindle still has a 5-7 week delivery time it is worth while to look at other eBook Readers. Sony announced the new Sony PRS-700 Reader in October 2008.
Our review partner Digital Trends tested the PRS-700 and published a full review.
Quote from the review: "Eyestrain, cramped fingers, sore wrists these are the hallmarks of reading online. In fact, when doing so, usability experts assert that we're not really reading at all, and flip through websites so fast that we barely even register the information in our brains (no skimming this review, please!). An electronic, or "eBook" is supposed to be different, though - it's a relaxed experience more akin to reading an actual printed publication. And while Amazon stole some of Sony's thunder in terms of this slice of the digital marketplace with its popular Kindle eBook reader, currently an Oprah favorite, Sony wants to steal it back. The big question here: Does the third generation Sony PRS-700 fit the bill (or is that book)?"
Read the full Sony PRS-700 Reader Review .

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