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New reader from Sony

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Dale Davies |
Sony PRS 700Sony announced PRS-700, the younger brother of PRS-505, a reader with 6-inch touch screen, a stylus and an on screen keyboard.

The PRS-700 can store around 350 eBooks, and is compatible with SD and MS-Duo cards. Very stylish, the newest Reader still sports the dimensions of a slimmed down paperback book. The textured black casing and soft black cover contribute to its envy-inspiring design. At about 10 ounces, it is the perfect way to carry all of your favourite books with you wherever you go.

Sony PRS 700A sizeable six-inch display with touch screen capability allows booklovers to flip pages with the slide of a finger. Readers can easily search terms within a document or book, create notes using the virtual keyboard and highlight text with the included stylus pen. Five pre-set text sizes are available so readers can find the one most comfortable for them and for those who need an even closer look, zooming in is as easy as tapping the screen.

The device still features high-resolution, high contrast electronic paper display technology which provides a reading experience very much akin to ink-on-paper. The result is crisp text and graphics that are highly readable, even in bright sunlight. For times when ambient light is not available, Sony is the first to offer a built-in LED reading light. Expanded memory offers enough capacity to store about 350 average digital books. Using optional removable Memory Stick Duo media or SD memory cards, this Reader can hold literally thousands of books and documents.

Sony PRS 700Like the PRS-505model, the new 700 model uses minimal power and can sustain up to 7,500 pages of continuous reading on a single battery charge. It supports multiple file formats for eBooks, personal documents and music. With the included eBook Library 2.5 PC software, you can easily transfer Adobe PDF documents with reflow capability, Microsoft Word documents, BBeB files and other text file formats to the Reader. The device can store and display EPUB files and work with Adobe Digital Editions software, opening it up to almost a limitless quantity of content.

The new Reader will be available in November for about 400 dollar. It will come with a USB cable, eBook Library PC companion software and a color-coordinated, protective soft cover.

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