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Old 08-27-2011, 09:26 AM   #2
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Description

The Sony PRS-T1 watching his brother looks on Mobile, the Xperia, with its curves and high quality chrome finish. Thin and light, so easy to take. The Sony PRS-T1 weighs only 168 grams. The screen is of the highest quality and provides optimal reading conditions. And while the battery will not suffer it. The Sony PRS-T1 read it one month at a charge. Modern functions you may well expect from Sony, and fortunately, the Sony PRS-T1 does not disappoint: WiFi, microSD support, dictionaries and a reproduction of the cover of a book in stanby mode. With its stylish looks and striking improvement is the Sony PRS-T1 Sony yet another benchmark that can measure themselves against the competition.

More compact, more beautiful ... more

The Sony PRS-T1 is a significant improvement on three fronts. First the display. The E Ink display Pearl reads like real paper, has no reflection and high contrast. Resulting in a better reading experience. In addition, the appearance improved slightly, with a modern look. The aluminum is replaced by plastic, so the e-reader 168 grams and is ideal to hold. The last major improvement is the addition of a dual-touchscreenm instead of a normal touch screen. This can now zoom pinch-to-carry and other operations where you can use two fingers.

Stamina

Greatest advantage of e-reader is that a whole collection of books in a handy format can take. But then the battery will last long enough to become part of the collection to read. Fortunately, you experience one month reading pleasure with the Sony PRS-T1. And with that collection of books is also the mustache. So you can lose some 1,200 books on the internal memory of 2 GB. Or more via microSD cards. Do you go forward to a new book, you can log in via WiFi on the e-book store Bol.com and gives you the best in books.

Look it up

The Sony PRS-T1 you have all the knowledge at hand, and Google Search on Wikipedia, so you're shy to answer a pressing question, then this e-reader you an answer. In the vicinity of a WiFi connection, of course. You are abroad and want to translate a word, find the solution in an integrated dictionary of December 12.

Create your own Sony PRS-T1

The Sony PRS-T1 is compared with the previous issues to adapt even more, so you yourself can convey. How to make the Sony PRS-T1 more personal the book cover to display, while the reader standbye mode. You can also change the font size and customize your reading experience as the optimum setting, that best works for you. Take notes on the book with a stylus, scribbling in the margins without lasting. Underline, highlight, add footnotes. The text is yours!

Features of the Sony PRS-T1:

6-inch E Ink display, dual touch
Resolution of 800 by 600 pixels
16 shades of gray
Wifi
2 GB of internal memory, expandable via microSD cards
Supported file formats: EPUB, PDF, MP3, AAC, JPEG, PNG, POISON, BMP
12 dictionaries
Wikipedia and Google search
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