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Sony PRS-T1

Sony PRS-T1
alaScore 93

599 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 599 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design and portability. The screen and usability also get good comments.

performance, usability, screen, portability, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other eReaders the Sony PRS-T1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 599 reviews)

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Sony PRS-T1

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 1 user review of Sony PRS-T1 from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 5.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.4/5 for other eReaders on Amazon.co.uk.

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100% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Sony Prs-T1 - Ebook Reader - Black

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Amazon.com review summary for Sony PRS-T1

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 120 user reviews of Sony PRS-T1 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other eReaders on Amazon.com.

performance, usability, screen, portability, price

82% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Sony PRS-T1 6" Digital E-Ink Pearl eReader with Wi-Fi (Black)Sony PRS-T1 6" Digital E-Ink Pearl eReader with Wi-Fi (White)Sony PRS-T1 Pearl Red 6" eBook Reader with Wi-Fi

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Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 (2011)

 

While there's no compelling reason to buy it over the Kindle Touch, the Sony Reader Wi-Fi is a very solid e-reader.

The Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 is a compact and lightweight touch-screen e-book reader. It offers access to large catalog of e-books, magazines, and newspapers via Sony's online store, plus online loaners from your local library, has support for EPUB...

At $149, the PRS-T1 costs $50 more than the $99 Kindle Touch and it doesn't offer some of the little extras, like 3G wireless, e-book lending, and social-media integration, that competing e-readers offer. The Sony bookstore isn't as extensive as...

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Sony Reader Wi-Fi (PRS-T1)

 

Slim design. Excellent contrast. Includes a memory card slot, a headphone jack, and ePub support. Attractive font choices

Clunky Reader Store is difficult to use. No Reader Store-compatible iPhone or iPad apps. A few bugs

Sony finally comes down to earth with the Reader Wi-Fi, a $150 ebook reader that compares well with the B&N Nook Touch and upcoming Amazon Kindle Touch.

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Expert Review

 

Here's the link to the Sony Reader PRS-T1 review. I was finally able to get it wrapped up today. The review ended up being way too long for one page so the PDF review and video are located on the second page, along with information about the web...

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Sony Reader PRS-T1

 

Sony makes some of the best ebook readers, and they've earned several firsts: they made the first mainstream US E Ink ebook reader in 2006, and they were the first to employ IR touch technology that didn't interfere with display quality or drive up...

Great UI and touch experience, can download books using reader from public library, Google and Sony store, has stylus for note-taking, excellent PDF support

Costs a bit more than the competition

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Sony PRS-T1

 

The Sony PRS T1BC offers the same core reading experience as the Sony PRS Touch Edition: excellent reading screen, convenient navigation via the ultra-responsive touchscreen, support for multiple book formats, month-long battery life, and multiple page...

An open platform, the Sony PRS T1BC lets you download books from the Sony eBook store and a host of other eBookstores including Kobo. Hard drive can be surmounted with microSD card for added storage as well as USB from drop-and-dragging files....

eBooks at the Sony Reader Store are more expensive than rival bookstores (Kindle, Nook, Kobo). Also, choices are fewer. The eReader doesn’t support taps for turning pages. To go up or back a page, you have to swipe the left or right corner of the page....

Based on specs alone, Sony has created an able rival for the Kindle in the Sony PRS T1BC. Perhaps what the company needs to do next, if it really wants to advance in the eReader game, is to improve its eBookstore and eReader services

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Sony’s new eBook reader is a definite Kindle competitor

 

Sony's touch-sensitive, Wi-Fi enabled eBook reader is a solid product, although you'll need to want the extra features afforded by the touchscreen for it to be worth buying over the cheaper and more intuitive Amazon Kindle.

High quality screen, Long battery life

Complicated interface, No built-in Google Books store

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Sony Reader PRS-T1 review

 

Light as a feather ebook reader still misses the mark

Light and portable ; Good book selection ; Understated modern design ; Optional pen input ; Swipe to zoom

Screen flicker ; Text input was slow ; No Web-based book reader ; Music hampers battery life

The Sony Reader PRS-T1 is about the same weight as the much cheaper Amazon Kindle. We found that, for basic book reading, the Reader is a good option because the only time you'll notice any screen flicker is when you access the extra features such as...

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Sony Reader PRS-T1

 

Sony's first UK Wi-Fi Reader looks slicker than Amazon's Kindle. But is it better?

Multi-touch touchscreen, Thin and very light, Great E-ink Pearl screen

Reader Store still not open, No LRF support, Glossy front annoys

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Sony Reader Wi-Fi

 

A light and portable ebook reader with an excellent display, sensitive touchscreen and masterful PDF-handling capabilities, but it’s still a little expensive

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A good e reader

 

Pro: This is a OK reader and faster than my last. I like that it is so much lighter than my old Sony PRS300.Con: Won't put books on the SD card, no matter how many times I follow directions from the manual. No protective case comes with it (Sony PRS300...

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