Sony Reader Touch Edition Review Published on TabletPCReview

by PocketGoddess on November 8, 2010

My latest device review is now available at TabletPCReview.com. This time around I put the Sony Reader Touch Edition through its paces. The $229 ebook reader features a 6″ e-ink Pearl touchscreen display and includes 2GB of memory plus has SD and Memory Stick Pro Duo card slots. It can handle epub, PDF, text, and RTF files, in addition to MP3 and unencrypted AAC music files, plus all of the popular photo formats.

Is the Sony Reader Touch Edition worth the premium price as compared to the Amazon Kindle and the Barnes & Noble nook? Click here to read my full review at TabletPCReview.com.

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