Posted on Thursday, August 27th, 2009 and is filed under Audio Video, e-book Reader. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Sony has once again has expanded its line of electronic books, firing model Reader Daily Edition, she joined the recently announced Pocket Edition and Touch Edition, now they are already sold.
Reader Daily Edition offers support for 3G and allows access to the online store Sony eBook Store through a network of U.S.
operator AT & T. There you can buy books and periodicals (newspapers and magazines) in electronic format. Moreover, unlike the Kindle in the network Sprint, using the services of AT & T – free of charge. You can download content from other suitable sites, as well as via USB.
Sony Reader Daily Edition is equipped with 7-inch touch screen-based electronic paper E Ink Vizplex, it supports 16 shades of gray. In a vertical arrangement of devices on the screen is placed 30-35 lines of text.
Built-in Memory Sony Reader Daily Edition allows you to store more than 1000 electronic books, it can be expanded with memory cards. The device supports such file formats like Adobe PDF, EPUB, Microsoft Word, BBeB, and others. Sales of new e-books Sony Reader Daily Edition to begin in December, its cost will be $ 399.