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Sony PRS-T1RC

Sony PRS-T1RC
alaScore 82

168 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 168 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the performance and price. The screen and usability also get good feedback.

portability, usability, screen, price, performance

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other eReaders the Sony PRS-T1RC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 168 reviews)

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PRS-T1 is the best Sony Reader so far...

 

I've owned a previous Sony Reader, and I also own a Kindle and frequently use a relative's nook. I have to say, the Sony Reader is probably the most advanced of all three, but I can't say it's as refined. The hardware is great, but a step down from the...

Light weight, slim profile, great touch screen, good UI

Refreshes too much, Reader desktop app, plastic bezel

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Wish I bought a Kobo

 

It just isn't user friendly. The Kobo is cheaper and easier to sync. (It turns out that it isn't easy to write a review on Sony's website either.)

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Jury still out

 

I've had my PRS T1 about a week and I like it, but would be a lot happier if the wi-fi was stable. I can get it to connect to both my networks. It's more stable on the WEP network than on the WPA network. I assigned it a dedicated IP on the WEP network...

screen clarity weight, appearance

wi-fi, unstable sw

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Sony e-reader - worth owning

 

The extended warranty/replacement program from Newegg also is what sold me on the Sony e-reader (black). This is the product for me and at a great price too – thanks Newegg.

I saw a video on YouTube of someone demoing it. I knew then it was what I wanted. I have been searching the web for this very thing - the tablets are too heavy and pricey ; Very comfortable to hold and it weighs so little. Reads the PDF technical...

Sort of flacky screen rendoring has you change viewing sizes but the screen updates so fast I don't care

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Really?

 

Without a doubt, the most inconsistent unreliable piece of technology I've ever had the misfortune to buy. (Glad it was only Airmiles).

Fits in my pcoket

Unreliable at best

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Needs a lot of improvement.

 

I purchased this Sony Reader yesterday, after see what a great deal I could get for it. When I opened the packaging, I was shocked that Sony has become so cheap!! Only a USB cable for charging and nothing else!!! Different design than the PRS-600 BC...

Lightweight,responsive,wifi,microSD, dictionary, web browser

Cheap feeling, unresponsive, no place for stylus, no neoprene cover

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Best 6" reader so far!

 

I'm using the Sony prs T1 from a month,soo far it's working smooth and it's actually helping me as a companion on my journey.I'm from India and we don't have an store support , so there is no buying of books,and downloading books from other sources is...

light weight,smooth touch,good pdf support,good battery life,note taking,drawing app,best dictionary support,web browser

the plastic bezzel around the screen is shiny,no text to speech ,home-screen interface,font contrast<kindles

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Reader Excellent, Reader Store Not

 

I really like the reader itself. It's very easy to use and easy to read. My biggest frustration is that the Sony Reader Store doesn't work very hard to get the latest books. There have been a number of books that I wanted to buy in the last few months....

Reader very easy to use, batteries last a long time

Many books not available at the Sony Reader Store

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Great for the intended purpose

 

I have owned this e reader for about 6 months now, and I like it a lot. I love being able to check out books from the public library wirelessly, its compact, lightweight, and My only gripe is that when you change the font to a larger size it screws...

E-ink, wireless library checkouts, compact, lightweight

Font changes affect format

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Best e-ink ereader on the market, hands down

 

Helping you decide between this and a Kindle device -

lightest e-ink ereader; touchscreen; direct public library integration

keep price to 99 USD or less at all times; advertise product more - it is a winner

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