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About this product
- Product InformationBrowse, purchase or just download your favorite books and periodicals on the reader store on the Sony Reader Daily Edition PRS-900SC tablet PC. The Gobi technology of this Sony 3G eReader ensures an efficient Wi-Fi and 3G access. The premier digital reader status for The Wall Street Journal in this Sony ebook reader allows you to subscribe to the exclusive content and daily updates. The Monochrome E Ink display with 1024 x 600 pixels resolution of this Sony 3G eReader delivers crystal clear image output. Moreover, the incredible Lithium-ion battery of this Sony ebook reader offers run time of up to 10 days. With a mere weight of 8.99 oz, you can easily carry the Sony Reader Daily Edition PRS-900SC tablet PC around on your trips.
- TypeeBook Reader
- Family LineDaily Edition
- Display Size7in (17.78 cm)
- Storage Capacity2GB
- Operating SystemWindows 7,Windows Vista
- Internet ConnectivityWi-Fi + 3G
- Supported File TypesWord
- Exterior ColorBlack
- Processor ManufacturerIntel
- Processor TypeCeleron
- Processor Speed800MHz
Display and Screen
- Display TechE-Ink Vizplex
- Display Max. Resolution1024 x 600
- Installed RAM128MB
Connections and Expandability
- ExpandabilityMemory Stick DUO,Memory Stick Duo Slot,SD Card Slot
- PC InterfaceWi-Fi
- Wireless capabilitiesBuilt-in Wireless
- Audio OutputHeadphones
- Height5.04in (12.8 cm)
- Width7.87in (19.99 cm)
- Depth0.38in (0.96 cm)
- Weight0.6lb (0.27 kg)
- Battery TechnologyLithium ion
Additional Technical Informations
- Input MethodTouch-Screen
- Special FeaturesTouch Screen,Web Browser
Most relevant reviews
- checkicusJan 06, 2014by
This is a good reader for those not concerned with extra features.
This is the best reader I have ever owned. It will display pdfs with ease and is the only one that never has an error with .txt files converted to ebooks. I have owned the PRS-300, B&N Nook Color, B&N Simple Touch(both with and without GlowLight), and original Kindle. Out of all these, only the Sony readers have never had an issue with any type of text, pdf or ebook file. There is one drawback due to this having an older version of the e-ink display. When a page is turned in direct sunlight, the text will appear washed out. This is remedied by refreshing the page with the screen shaded.
- troyster68Jun 10, 2012by
Feature packed eReader at an excellent eBay price!
Purchased this ereader because of the great value from Cowboom and for all the features on the device. It comes with the cover, stylus, and a/c power adapter so there is no need to purchase any additional items. Supporting both ePub and PDF formats books can be obtained from local library web sites with ease. Using the touchscreen it is very easy to highlight and take notes while reading a book. The eInk technology makes it look and feel just like a regular book. 3G service is nice when away from home and you want to purchase a book.
- shvlad2009Sep 11, 2012by
It's a zippo in e-readers world
Reasonable price. Sony Japan made quality. Premium look, wide variety of covers (leather or plastic, depending of your preferences). Comfortable display size, very like paper book page. Wi-fi option. Long battery life. Say good bye to book shelfs in your room! Reading a lot is my fun again. I love it.
- bfugettJan 07, 2012by
Simply NOT woth the money.
The PRS 950 may well be the most over rated and over priced Sony Reader yet. I feel comfortable saying this because I have owned or used most every model Sony has offered. This reader looks good and has many features. It has an Internet browser that is not very good. It has touch screen as do most all eReaders sold today. These are both features that I find almost useless. I use my PC to get and manage my eBook collection and since even the PRS 505 can hold hundreds of books at a time there is really not a need to be able to download books directly from an online store to the Reader. Seems touch screen everything is all the rage these days but in fact it's more cumbersome to use touchscreen to turn pages on the PRS 950 than use the buttons on the older PRS 505. The build quality of the unit itself is inferior to Sony's very first model which was the PRS 505. The CPU speed is faster and it does have a more updated GUI compared to the PRS 505 but in use as a reader those things have little practical advantage if any. The display is a bit clearer and sharper than on the PRS 505 but not so mutch so that it would be worth the high price these are going for. The PRS 950 has a 7" screen compared to the older PRS 505 and current PRS T1 which has a 6" screen. I don't believe the extra 1" of screen is worth having the whole reader being so much larger. It is certainly not worth the extra cost. The PRS 950 has a surprising amount of plastic in it's construction which to me is a negative compared to the elegant anodized aluminum housing of the older PRS 505. The mostly plastic build does keep the weight down but makes it feel "cheap" at the same time. Many sellers are asking (and getting) close to $500 for this model since it was discontinued. For what it is, that is a ridiculous price. If you want or or feel you need touch screen and WiFi Internet browsing on your Reader you would be much better off with Sony's newest model PRS T1 which retails new for around $130. It could be found for $100 around Christmas time. It has a better form factor with the same crisp display in a 6" screen size. It does lack the 3G connectivity but does have WiFi. After hands on experience with both, I would choose the new PRS T1 over the PRS 950 even if cost were the same. All that being said, I prefer the older PRS 505 as a dedicated eBook Reader to either. If I wanted something portable to browse the Internet with it would be a tablet with color LCD screen and not a Reader at all. Read full review
- 236157458@delet...Jan 09, 2011by
greg's sony daily edition
It was a gift for my wife who loves has already read two books on it her only complaint is that she gets glare on from bright lights that is the only negative everything else she enjoys ease of use and the page size(Screen size) and how it goes to last page automatically when she turns it back on to continue reading. Also, she can change the font size easily to a more comfortable size. I purchased it after reading several comparisons of e- books including the Kindle and Nook that gave it a higher rating for its capability ect.I was able to get the best buy through shopping on E-Bay saving around $125.00 overall with options thrown in.