Sony Reader WiFi review
Sony's new WiFi reader offers a lot of extras that don't come with the latest Kindle -- but the bells and whistles come at a bit of a premium.
- Multimedia and note-taking featuresPinch-to-zoom touchscreenEasy access to public library and Google Books contentLightweight
- Relatively pricey compared to the KindleFull screen refresh with every page turn
Sony's timing could have been better with the Reader WiFi PRS-T1. The device, which was unveiled back at IFA in late August, is set to launch within a fortnight. In the intervening time, Amazon, the clear leader in the space, unveiled two new readers -- the fourth-generation Kindle and the Kindle Touch. Sony's got a ways to go if it's going to become a dominant force in the e-reader market outside of its native Japan, alongside the Kindle and the Nook. The PRS-T1 certainly takes some steps in that direction, both in terms of pricing and features -- but is it enough to get consumers to stand up and take notice? Find out in our review after the break.
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