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Father’s Day: Sony Reader Touch

I love to read. I read whenever I get the chance. But as anyone knows lugging around heavy books or more than one book at a time is crazy and takes up space in your bag.

That is what I love about the Sony Reader Touch. At 0.4 inches thin and less than 10.1 ounces, this is the convenient way to access and store up to 350 of your favorite books wherever you go. The elegant, lightweight design features a six-inch display that lets you turn pages with the swipe of a finger. You also can take freehand notes and highlight sections of text, just as you would in a real book, using the supplied stylus. For added versatility, this digital book supports multiple file formats including ePub and PDF so you can access to more books from more places, including The eBook Store from Sony and over one million free public domain titles from Google books.

The Sony Reader Touch can also entertain your toddlers. Who would have thought! Se the Reader to the tablet and let them draw to their hearts content.

Choose from the different accessory options such as Sony Reader Cover, Sony ACS-5220E AC Charger, Sony Reader Digital Book Car Charger, or Sony Reader Cover with Light to receive a great value bundle for your Sony Reader Digital Book PRS600.

Features:

  • E Ink Vizplex screen technology provides a paper-like display that’s more like ink on paper and fully readable in direct sunlight
  • Choose from five adjustable font sizes to improve readability
  • Quick page turns and high contrast ratio so you can read at a natural pace, even in direct sunlight
  • A virtual keyboard is available for entering quick notes or searching your eBooks
  • You can export your notes to your computer using the eBook Library software
  • Built-in Oxford American English Dictionary with search function
  • Access books at ebookstore.sony.com, check out books from public libraries, and access over one million free public domain titles from Google Books, as well as sharing sites, online aggregators and personal publishers
  • Enjoy up to two full weeks of reading (7,500 continuous page turns) on a single battery charge
  • Supports Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word, BBeB Book and other text file formats, as well as ePub/ACS4 and connection with Adobe Digital Editions
  • Play back unsecured MP3 and AAC audio files (headphones required and sold separately)
  • 512MB of onboard memory lets you carry up to 350 of your favorite books at a time
  • Dual memory card expansion slots (cards not included)
  • eBook Library 3.0 software makes it easy to download eBooks, manage your collection, and transfer titles to your Reader Touch Edition using a PC or Mac
  • Transfer eBooks and charge your Reader by using a single USB 2.0 cable

 

*A product was provided on Loan for a testing purposes.

About the Author

Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 14,11, 5 and a son who is 2. They currently reside in Texas.

5 Responses to “Father’s Day: Sony Reader Touch”

  1. Jennifer @ J. Leigh Designz says:

    Awesome product! Just wanted to let you know I keep getting pop ups when I visit you!
    .-= Jennifer @ J. Leigh Designz´s last blog ..Nickelodeon’s Wonder Pets: The First Rescue DVD =-.

  2. traci s says:

    i have an allergy to paper , i didnt when i was younger ,and one of my favorite things used to be to curl up with a hot romance or a scary horror book and read! i used to put 3-4 books away a week no matter how busy life got i just had to read even if it meant staying up til 2-3 am. i am so aggravated with trying to find things i can cover my hands with so i can read, nothing works, so i read, i get in pain stop reading for a few weeks then try again, now it can take me 2 months to get thru a book. this seems like a perfect solution, now to try and save the money for it out of my disability , by the time i do that something else will be out lol, thanks for the great review on it

  3. Mari says:

    My dh bought me one of these a year ago and I love it. What I think sets it apart from kindle is that you do not have to purchase books through the kindle store only. You can buy books from different sites, in say PDF format, and upload it to the reader. An added bonus is that I no longer have a huge tbr pile of books cluttering my living room.

  4. hbomb says:

    A friend of mine has one, and she loves it. I played with it, and I think it’s a cool and portable way to read! I didn’t know about the tablet feature though, that’s awesome!

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