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Old 11-14-2012, 02:58 AM   #1
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Sony PRS-T2H

Got an email from Sony today announcing their PRS-T2H ($179 AUD)

http://www.sony.com.au/product/prs-t...il:readernov12

This slim and light Reader with touch screen puts thousands of your favourite stories at your fingertips. Effortlessly turn the page with a swipe of your finger and the glare-free screen reads just like a real book, even under direct sunlight.

6" E-Ink® Pearl is designed to feel like a real book with a glare-free paper-like screen for reading

Battery life of up to 2 months with wireless off and up to 1.5 months with wireless on. Up to 30,000 continuous page turns when reading only

Let your friends and family know what you are reading and share excerpts up to 140 characters with Facebook® built into the Reader™

Store posts, articles, and text-based webpages all in your Reader™ with Evernote’s integrated services

Access public library eBooks and PDF files through the integrated OverDrive® service

eBook purchases will need to be completed via computer

E-Ink Pearl described as:
The crystal clear paper-like display reads just like a real book - even in direct sunlight. The screen has no backlight so it does not fatigue the eyes. It also features adjustable font sizes plus adjustable contrast and brightness to suit your personal reading preferences.

(I did a search on this model prior to starting this thread but couldn't find anything. Ooops if there's already a thread and this is old news.)

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