The latest device from the abode of Sony is the Sony PRS-T1 Reader which is claimed to be the world’s lightest e-book reader, and that is a fact it seems with the weight of the reader being about 168 gm only. Read on for a detailed review of the reader.
Before we go in to the details of the Sony PRS-T1 Reader, let us look into some of the main specifications of the Sony PRS-T1 Reader which are shown below:
- Display: 6 inch
- Resolution support: 800 x 600 pixels
- Size: 173 x 110 x 9 mm
- Weight: 168 gm.
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
- Processor: 1 GHz Intel CPU
- e-book files supported: RTF, TXT, Adobe PDF, BBeB Book, EPUB Book, Microsoft Word
- Image files supported: BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG
- Audio files supported: AAC, MP3
Talking of Wi-Fi, you will be able to access Sony’s own e-book store providing access to both free and paid e-books. Moreover, its role as an PDF reader is simply awesome. The stylus and the pinch-to-zoom features make it very comfortable to read. Moreover, the device comes with a memory of 2 GB, and can be extended to up to 32 GB via the micro SD card. So, you may have an completely portable library of you own.
Pricing and Availability:
The Sony PRS-T1 Reader is accompanied by the price tag of £130. Now, comparing this price tag to the other competitors in the market, we can say that the reader is slightly high priced compared to the Amazon’s basic Kindle. But, is the higher price worth? That is up to you to decide.