Sony Reader Pocket Edition

alaTest har samlat in och analyserat 119 tester för Sony Reader Pocket Edition. Det genomsnittliga betyget av denna produkt är 4.0/5, att jämföra med genomsnittsbetyget 4.2/5 för produkter i samma kategori. Prisvärdheten och skärmen uppskattas av recensenterna men Tillförlitligheten uppskattas inte lika mycket.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 88 user reviews of Sony Reader Pocket Edition from The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category on Reviews about the screen and price are generally positive. The size and portability are also mentioned favorably, but there are some less positive opinions about the reliability and performance.

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85% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

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Sep 2018

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Sony Reader Pocket Edition (PRS-350SC) review


There's no question about it: Sony had its work cut out when it came time to improve the next generation of its e-readers. Amazon's Kindle isn't only the best...

Okt 2010

Expertrecension från : David Pierce (

Sony Reader Pocket Edition (PRS-350)


Sony's latest Reader Pocket Edition is indeed pocket-friendly, and comes with a nice touch screen and a big bookstore, but its $179 price and lack of Wi-Fi are dealbreakers

Light, very compact. Responsive touch screen. Sharp screen contrast is ideal for reading in bright light. Simple navigation of menus and store.

Expensive. No Wi-Fi or 3G.

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Sep 2010

Expertrecension från : David Carnoy (

Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350 review: Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350


Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350

Very compact and lightweight; responsive touch-screen interface with no glare or contrast issues; high-contrast E Ink Pearl display; zippier performance than that of its predecessor; integration with Sony e-book store; good battery life (up to two...

No Wi-Fi or 3G wireless means you'll need to drag and drop purchased books from a PC or Mac; more expensive than Wi-Fi versions of Kindle and Nook; no protective cover included; Sony Reader Store isn't quite as extensive as Amazon's or Barnes & Noble's.

If you can overlook the fact that it's missing wireless connectivity, the Sony PRS-350 is a very nice little e-reader that's anchored by an impressive and easy-to-use touch interface.

Sep 2010

Expertrecension från : K.T. Bradford (

Sony Reader Pocket Edition


This pocketable eReader now sports a touchscreen and improved performance, but will the price drive customers away?

Currently, the Sony Reader Pocket Edition costs $179, which falls right in between the Kindle and the Nook with Wi-Fi-only connectivity ($139 and $149, respectively) and the 3G versions of both devices ($189 and $199). We don't think that a touchscreen...

Dec 2010

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Sony Reader Pocket Edition (PRS-350)


Along with the Touch and the Daily Edition, Sony has updated its smallest eReader, the Pocket Edition, with touch capabilities and an improved E Ink screen. At $179, this 5-inch device is also the least expensive eReader in Sony's stable, and it's...

Dec 2010

Expertrecension från : Dave Stevenson (

Sony Reader Pocket Edition review


The eBook reader Sony hopes will take the concept into the big time

Looks great ; Good screen ; Plenty of commercial support

Page turn times ; Unit price ; Accompanying software

Okt 2009

Expertrecension från : Michelle Starr (

Sony Reader Pocket Edition


Like its bigger sis, the Sony Reader Touch Edition, the Sony Reader Pocket Edition is an excellent performer with a fantastic grasp on user-friendliness. Coupled with its more compact size and lower price point, it's a great option for readers looking...

Extensive file support ; Infrared touchscreen ; Built-in dictionary in multiple languages ; Intuitive note-taking ; Handsome form factor and strong build ; Fast processor ; Attractive cases available with a range of options ; Open format ; Compact size...

No audio support ; No memory slots ; Smaller screen means more page turns ; No Wi-Fi or 3G ; Touchscreen can be a little too sensitive

Dec 2010

Expertrecension från : Barry de la Rosa (

Sony Reader Pocket Edition review


With little improvement over the original model and lots of missing features, the Pocket Edition isn't Sony's best Reader.

Nov 2009

Expertrecension från : Mark Brezinski (

Sony Reader Pocket Edition


A scientific, in-depth analysis with side-by-side comparisons

Mar 2011

Expertrecension från : paul_smart (

Sony Reader Pocket Edition


Recently I told you about the Cool-Er the first such device I had reviewed; here is an even smaller unit from Sony. Sony has the advantage of having produced such devices for a while so this is actually something like generation three.

This unit does not support external cards (unlike the Cool-Er) but is stated to have memory for around 350 books and should have power in the solid battery to support around 6800 page turns (slightly less than the Cool-Er claims

Jan 2010