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Sony's unannounced Reader PRS-T3 leaks out at the FCC (updated)

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Last summer, Sony's PRS-T2 e-reader was leaked when it visited the FCC, and was available for pre-order a week ahead of its official launch. Therefore, it's with a sense of deja-vu that we tell you that Sony's annual update, the PRS-T3, has now passed through the FCC's hallowed halls and been deemed fit for human consumption. There's not much we can glean from the documents, except to say that it's got a 3.6Wh battery, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and will probably be available in stores about a month or two from now.

Update: The folks over at The Digital Reader have found some official photos of the new device, which we've added above and below the fold.

Sony's unannounced Reader PRST3 leaks out at the FCC updated

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