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Sara Edmonds | The World of E-readers: Sony Readers
Uncategorized / January 9, 2010

If you read my previous post, you saw that I examined the qualities of Barnes & Nobles nook that you might prefer over the Kindle or Sony e-readers. This time, I take a look at the Sony e-reader’s best qualities. Like Barnes & Noble’s nook, Sony also has a touch screen but they take it a bit further. You can also turn the pages with a touch of your finger, a move to give you still a better feel for reading an actual book. Again, this takes away that extra space of the Kindle’s keyboard, by putting its menu and keyboard in a touch menu. Sony does not however, have their menu in color or give you the chance to look at book covers in color. You can also highlight passages in your book and take notes, either with stylus pen or keyboard. The note feature is also included in the Kindle, but with Kindle you have to use the keyboard. The Sony Reader also supports other formats on its reader, so you can read other PDFs and Word Docs. The biggest drawback to the standard Sony Reader- it is not wireless. But before you take this option off the…