Light weight makes it conducive for onehanded use.
Many font options.
Build quality is excellent.
Handwriting feature makes note-taking a breeze.
Offers library integration.
Graphically appealing interface.
Wi-Fi enters standby automatically.
Handwriting notes is easy.
Sharp, dark display.
Workable music playback and Web browser.
Can read even in direct sunlight.
Plastic bezel attracts fingerprints.
Occasionally feels sluggish.
Browser and store browsing are very slow.
Tantly dropped Wi-Fi connections.
Sluggish keyboard and touch responsiveness.
Stylus can't be stored inside device.
No reader-to-reader lending.
Lacks social networking functionality.
Bezel sides are very narrow.
Battery not removable.
No 3G option.
No mobile apps for reading on smartphones.
AC adapter costs extra.
By Chip Chick on November 09, 2012
The Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1WC is a handsome device with classic aesthetics. The reader is available in a choice of white, red or black, which is more color choices than you get from the standard fare of e-readers. The device also has a soft rubber back...-
By PCWorld New Zealand on March 14, 2012
It took me a week to discover that I could turn pages in the Sony PRS-T1 eBook reader by swiping my finger right to move a page forward, or left to move a page back. My natural instinct was just to press the side of the page, as you can on an iPad, to...80
By Wired UK on February 29, 2012
The Sony Reader PRS-T1 is a very capable ebook reader that's extremely light and has a tactile, sensitive screen. It's also an excellent PDF reader and Wi-Fi capability offers some interesting possibilities once the Sony Reader Store opens....80
By Trusted Reviews on January 30, 2012
The Sony Reader PRS-T1 marks a slight change of direction for Sony's ereader range. Metal construction is out, replaced by a much lighter and slightly more affordable model that's roughly as thin and weighty as a Kindle, while packing better...-
By PC Pro on January 01, 2012
A light and portable ebook reader with an excellent display, sensitive touchscreen and masterful PDF-handling capabilities, but it's still a little...83
By PC Advisor on December 13, 2011
The Sony Reader Wi-Fi lacks the menu finesse and social media hooks that Barnes & Noble's Nook Simple Touch boasts. But its new pricing puts it right in line with its e-reader competition, and as a result it's an attractive choice, especially...70
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on December 09, 2011
With a touchscreen and a row of physical buttons beneath the display, this e-reader takes a different approach from its competition. Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 Review: An E-Reader That's Big on Style and Flexibility Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 Review, by...70
By DigitalVersus on December 08, 2011
The Sony Reader PRS-T1 is a great e-book reader whose touchscreen display boasts great contrast ratios. It's hardly a revolution for the Reader range, but it does finally add WiFi, and support for the ePub format is a definite bonus. It will be even...80
By Gear Diary on December 05, 2011
The big question here is, who is the audience for this device? If you are an ebook enthusiast, enjoy finding books from multiple sources, and you’re looking for something you can tweak to your heart’s content, this is a great choice at an...-
By CNET Australia on November 22, 2011
Although there have been a few changes and additions, the PRS-T1 is pretty much the same device as the PRS-650 — only much better value for...88