Sony Reader

Some time ago, Sony released an Android app that allows you to read ebooks purchased from the Sony Reader Store on your smartphone or tablet.  They didn’t issue a reader app for iOS at the time; they were too busy whining that Apple was suddenly enforcing their price-splitting policies for in-app purchases.  I was greatly… Read More

I just posted a review of the new PRS-T1 Reader Wi-Fi ebook reader from Sony, and I mentioned that you have to have a light to read in dim or dark rooms.  That’s the nature of eInk screens – they have no backlighting, so you’ll need an external light of some sort.  I’ve had lighted… Read More

Sony is taking pre-orders for the new Touch (PRS-650) and Pocket (PRS-350) Edition readers.  The new readers will have “optical touch screen technology customized for Sony and licensed from Neonode Inc.”  This touch screen technology is supposed to be crystal clear, so I’m hoping the 650 model won’t be as reflective as the 600 model I reviewed… Read More

The Sony Style website has been updated to show three new eBook readers.  There’s no release date yet, but you can leave your email address to be notified when they are released.  All three Reader models have been updated to use the latest E-Ink Pearl technology, which offers higher contrast because of its whiter background. … Read More

A few weeks ago, I reviewed the new Sony PRS-600 Touch ebook reader.  The reader did not come with the book-style cover that I prefer.  I found the 600 would fit into the Sony lightwedge cover I had been using, but the lightwedge itself didn’t line up properly with the screen on the 600, and… Read More

M-Edge has some beautiful new leather covers for the Sony PRS-300 Pocket Reader available now on their website.  There are three styles available to ship in 7-10 days.  All three hold the 300 reader with leather straps on the bottom corners and elastic and leather straps on the top corners.  The Executive Jacket is a… Read More