Sony unveils new drive Wi-Fi is the world’s lightest 6-inch e-reader with multitouch screen

Sony has just shown his drive store for Android tablet tablet S and P , but he has not forgotten his options more favorably. Announced at the IFA at the moment, the reader self-explanatory Wi-Fi (PRS-T1) claims to be the world’s lightest 6-inch e-reader with an improvement touch – the improved bits referring to its Infrared Touch Clear technology that supports multi-touch pinch to zoom-in, but it also comes with a stylus. At 168 grams (5.93 ounces) of light and 8.9mm thin, device packs x 600 800, 16 gray pearl E-Ink display V220 with 1.3 GB of internal storage used more microSD expansion up to 32GB.

The built-in WiFi 802.11b/g/n wireless connectivity also allows users to borrow e-books in public libraries – a first for e-readers, apparently – in the UK, USA and Canada. As for battery life, a single battery charge will keep rats digital library spent three weeks at most with WiFi enabled, or up to a month without WiFi (based on playing time half-hour a day). Expect to ePub Wi-Fi enabled player to hit the United States and Europe in October for about $ 149, and it will come in a choice of color is red, white or black. Press release after the break.

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