Sony Reader WiFi with 6 inch E-Ink Pearl Display – Review, Specifications, Features and Price

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Sony Electronics has listed in their online store the world lightest 6 inch e-Reader in the world, namely Sony Reader Wi-Fi. The new Reader Wifi from Sony  featuring 6 inch E-Ink Pearl V220 glare-free touchscreen (600 x 800 pixels) display with Clear Touch Infrared Technology and support Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n for connectivity.

Sony e-Reader Wifi also known as Sony PRS-T1 designed with a piano-black plastic body that weighs less than 6 ounces and measures 6 7/8 x 4 3/8 x 3/8 inches (H/W/D), so it’s easy holding and carrying in a pocket or bag. The company and J.K. Rowling’s soon also collaboration to release Sony eReader Wi-Fi with Pottermore promotion aka Sony PRS-T1HBC that designed for Harry Potter fans, so they will get a voucher to download Harry Potter digital eBooks in Pottermore website. Both of them will be launch in October, 2011 at Sony Stores and other authorized retailers nationwide with three colors options, black, white and red. Sony Reader Wi-Fi and Sony Reader Wi-Fi with Pottermore will be sold for about $149.

The new Sony eReader Wifi 6 inch pre loaded with 2GB of internal storage for up to 1,200 titles, support microSD slot for memory expansion  up to 32GB and built-in rechargeable battery 3.7 V which offer up to 14,000 page turns or for 3-4 weeks with wireless on. The Sony Reader PRS-T1 Wifi also packs with a headphone jack to listen your stored music, Stylus Pen that allows you to write on the page or highlight text and supports multiple media format, includes Unsecured Text (ePub, PDF, TXT), Image (JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP), Unsecured Audio (MP3, AAC Non encrypted) and DRM Text (ePub (OPS v2.0, .epub file extension, Adobe DRM protected), PDF (PDF v1.6 or before, .pdf file extension, Adobe DRM protected).

Sony Reader WiFi also pre loaded with 12 dictionaries including 2 English languages (British/American) and 10 translations (to and from French, German, Spanish, Dutch and Italian), full access to borrow free books from your local public library with over 11,000 libraries or download Google public domain books and access to download more than 2.5 million titles in Sony Reader Store.

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