Sony Reader Touch Edition

alaTest har samlat in och analyserat 22 tester för Sony Reader Touch Edition. Det genomsnittliga betyget av denna produkt är 3.8/5, att jämföra med genomsnittsbetyget 4.2/5 för produkter i samma kategori. Konstruktionen och skärmen uppskattas av recensenterna men Tillförlitligheten uppskattas inte lika mycket. Åskterna går isär om bärbarheten.

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Expertrecension från : Chris Jager (goodgearguide.com.au)

Sony ReaderTouch Edition (PRS-650) eBook reader

 

As its name suggests, the Sony Reader Touch Edition (PRS-650) eBook reader comes with a touchscreen in the form of a six-inch, 16-level greyscale e-ink display (a cheaper 5in version is also available). The Sony Reader's touchscreen can be manipulated...

Great build quality, two memory card slots, good picture viewer, touchscreen actually works ;

No Wi-Fi, slightly overpriced, skimps on bundled extras ;

Sep 2010

Expertrecension från : Yardena Arar (goodgearguide.com.au)

Sony Reader Touch Edition (PRS-600)

 

With the addition of ePub support, the Sony Reader Touch Edition shapes up as a formidable competitor to Amazon's Kindle for those who want a sturdier and more elegant reader.

Full-featured reader with a good music player, intuitive user interface ;

A tad heavy and pricey, requires a PC to add content ;

In short, Sony continues to be a class act in the digital book realm; and since it now supports ePub, it should rival Amazon in the breadth of available content. At US$300, it's pricier than many other e-book readers, but it's also one of the best...

Nov 2009

Expertrecension från : Marc Chacksfield (t3.com)

Sony Reader Touch Edition review

 

It's got the touch and almost the power

Sep 2011

Expertrecension från : K.T. Bradford (laptopmag.com)

Sony Reader Touch Edition

 

Although Sony's latest touch-enabled reader is much improved, its high price will give some pause.

Currently, the Sony Reader Touch Edition sells for $229. As it costs more than both the Kindle ($139 for Wi-Fi, $189 for 3G) and the Nook ($149 for Wi-Fi, $199 for 3G), Sony has an uphill battle convincing consumers that touch capability and a more...

Dec 2010

Expertrecension från : Michelle Starr (cnet.com.au)

Sony Reader Touch Edition

 

It's hard to beat the Kindle's price point, but the Sony reader matches it otherwise almost feature-for-feature without falling prey to DRM. If you're looking for a full-featured, simple-to-use and elegant e-reader, the Touch is in a league of its own.

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 and audio...

Higher price point than some other e-readers ; No Wi-Fi or 3G ; Touchscreen can be a little too sensitive

The Sony Reader Touch Edition is fast, light, intuitive and loaded up with excellent features that make for a superior e-reading experience. Even without Wi-Fi, it is without a doubt the best e-reader we've seen to date. It's available now from Sony...

Sep 2010

Expertrecension från : Yardena Arar (techadvisor.co.uk)

Sony Reader Touch Edition review

 

The Sony Reader Touch Edition (PRS-600) is Sony's new flagship e-book reader, offers something we haven't seen in previous Sony Readers: a touchscreen and stylus for navigating and for creating drawings and handwritten notes. Whether this innovation...

In short, Sony continues to be a class act in the digital book realm; and since it now supports ePub, it should rival Amazon in the breadth of available content. The Sony Reader Touch Edition is pricier than many other e-book readers, but it's also one...

Nov 2009

Expertrecension från : Yardena Arar (macworld.com)

Review roundup: E-book readers

 

The number of high-quality e-readers available is mushrooming. We tested seven and gave our highest marks to one that might surprise you.

We recently completed thorough hands-on testing of several of the top e-readers available today and came to a surprising conclusion: Our number one choice isn't from Amazon at all; it's the Sony Reader Touch Edition. Of course, no company's lead in the...

Dec 2009

Expertrecension från : Yardena Arar (techworld.com)

Sony Reader Touch Edition

 

The Sony Reader Touch Edition (PRS-600) is Sony's new flagship ebook reader, offers something we haven't seen in previous Sony Readers: a touchscreen and stylus for navigating and for creating drawings and handwritten notes. Whether this innovation...

Sony continues to be a class act in the digital book realm, and since it now supports ePub, it should rival Amazon in the breadth of available content. At $300 (£200), it's pricier than many other ebook readers, but it's also one of the best designed...

Nov 2009

Expertrecension från (goodhousekeeping.com)

Sony Reader Touch Edition

 

The Sony Reader Touch Edition may be for you if you’re looking for a sleek, responsive touch-screen e-Ink reader — though be warned it lacks wireless convenience. By supporting both industry standard formats, ePub and PDF, you can access...

Expertrecension från (xataka.com)

Sony Reader Touch Edition

 

El pasado martes, Sony reunió a representantes de la prensa cultural y a algún que otro medio tecnológico para anunciar el lanzamiento en España de sus dos nuevos modelos de eReader, el Sony Reader Touch Edition y su hermano pequeño, el Sony Reader...

Los nuevos lectores de Sony son táctiles, tanto con el dedo como con el pequeño stylus que incorporan para hacer anotaciones. No es que Sony haya descubierto la pantalla de tinta electrónica resistivo-capacitiva. El secreto es algo tan anodino como...