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Sony Reader Wi-Fi (PRS-T1RC) Review
Handwriting input with a stylus and a slick interface can’t save the Sony Reader Wi-Fi from its myriad shortcomings.
(2 out of 5)
Proving once again that the stylus isn’t dead, the Sony Reader Wi-Fi comes with its own black pen for taking notes and navigating the device. This 6-inch eReader also has an E Ink screen that’s easy on the eyes, and Sony’s store offers a selection on par with Amazon and Barnes & Noble’s stores. But is this $129 device worth the $30 premium over its competitors?
Read full review @ LAPTOP Magazine
- Graphically appealing interface
- Wi-Fi enters standby automatically
- Handwriting notes is easy
- More expensive than competition
- Constantly dropped Wi-Fi connections
- Sluggish keyboard and touch responsiveness
- Stylus can’t be stored inside device
- No reader-to-reader lending
- Lacks social networking functionality