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Wireless 3G downloading, Large builtin memory & expansion, Touch screen 7.1" display
Integrated 3G radio for wireless book downloads, Classy design, Touch-enabled display, Supports many file formats.
Gorgeous industrial design puts other ereaders to shame. Larger screen than on most ereaders. Builtin dictionary. Subscription support might help keep some of our favorite newspapers alive another day or two.
Well-designed interface, Large touchscreen fits plenty of text, Easy to navigate, Elegant leather cover included
First Sony Reader with wireless 3G service; larger 7.1-inch touch screen displays significantly more lines of text; with the addition of an optional memory card (SD or Memory Stick Pro), it's capable of storing thousands of electronic books; six adjus
Pricey, Touch screen isn't sensitive enough, Screen needs more contrast
High price, Glossy screen coating makes dim display difficult to read, Touch screen requires very firm presses.
Screen is even lower contrast than other E Ink displays. Touchscreen should be called "pressscreen," because you have to apply significant pressure to get it to respond. Store is poorly organized and slow. Interface makes it difficult to find some feature
Somewhat sluggish performance, Muted screen
Expensive; screen is still glare-prone and the contrast isn't as good as other non-touch-screen e-readers; battery isn't user-replaceable; can't "cloud-push" files from Sony's online store (using your desktop) to the device as you can with
By TechReviewSource on July 08, 2010
The all-new Sony Reader Daily Edition PRS-900 eBook reader improves upon the previous Sony Readers by adding one huge feature: wireless downloading. Some of its other features include a 7.1-inch touch screen, expansion slots, an included stylus,...
By PC Mag on July 07, 2010
The Sony Reader Daily Edition offers a slick design with a touch screen and wireless book downloads, but it suffers from a high price and a dim display that defeats the purpose of E-Ink technology....
By PC Advisor on March 15, 2010
Oddly, even though the Daily Edition uses a GSM service, it doesn't currently support international roaming (which is the best reason to go with GSM technology). For now, at least, you can purchase and download content wirelessly only when...
By Good Gear Guide on March 15, 2010
Sony’s first wireless eBook reader, the Sony Reader Daily Edition PRS-900BC, is pricey but it offers first-rate newspaper support....
By Wired on March 05, 2010
Touchscreens make everything better and more intuitive, right? Not so fast: Sometimes adding touchscreen technology has drawbacks that seriously outweigh the benefits. Exhibit A: the Sony Reader Daily Edition. It's an e-book reader that, like most...
By LaptopMag on March 02, 2010
This pricey but touch-friendly eReader delivers a large screen, 3G connectivity, and an easy-to-use...
By cnet on January 25, 2010
Though there's a lot to like about the Daily Edition, the dazzle of Sony's first e-reader to integrate cellular wireless connectivity is diminished by its lackluster screen and high price tag. Read full review See all prices See...
By MobileTechReview on January 01, 2010
Sony is the oldest player in the still young ebook reader market. Their first reader, the PRS-500 came out in 2006 and it featured the same Vizplex e-ink...
By Smartson on April 28, 2010
Sony PRS-900 är en e-läsare som bland annat erbjuder 3G med trådlös nedladdning av e-böcker. Tyvärr når inte produkten upp till...
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