Amid the dozens of competitors for the Amazon Kindle E-Book Readers, Sony has constantly remained the most competitive. The E-book Reader from Sony has once again beaten the Amazon Kindle with its superb design and its unmatched elegance. The Sony E-Book Reader scores with its well-designed looks and a free from glare reading experience. With many font sizes to choose from and easy-to-use navigation style, it makes reading a real pleasure.
The E-book Reader from Sony is light, portable and offers all the convenience an e-book reader requires. This reader understands the requirements of the many formats and gives you an edge to choose whichever E-book you want from wherever you want. The E-book from Sony is the slimmest, lightest and smallest available, and offers you complete access up to 350MB and more with memory expansion card slots.
Storing and reading your favorite E-books will never be a hassle with the Sony e-book reader and the best part is it also doubles up as a music player to play MP3 and AAC music files. That is not all the insightful touchscreen display creates navigation a breeze and allows you to turn pages with one swipe of a finger. There is also a stylus which is included to offer freehand highlighting and annotation, things just cannot get better than that! Yet there is more and the Sony E-Book Reader supports multiple file formats including PDF and ePub to give you the ease of enjoying e-books from many places including the Reader Store. It offers you the choice of over a million free public domain titles from Google Books.
Nevertheless, the E-Book Reader from Sony has a perfect balance of good looks, features and the best in technology all offered at an affordable price. Another feather in Sony’s cap; unlike Amazon Kindle, Sony E-book Reader is supported not just in the United States but also in the United Kingdom and many other European Countries like Holland, Germany and France. Therefore, if you are looking for comfort, convenience and a good choice of an E-Book reader, the Sony E-Book Reader wins hands down!