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PW offers a look at upgraded Sony e-readers

Seems like the Kindle and the Nook get most of the attention on this blog, so here's a look at the Publisher's Weekly breakdown on the new Sony gadgets. One of them comes in pink, so Sony, you've already got my attention.

Pocketsony From the story:

"Sony is indeed releasing a redesigned and upgraded suite of its three digital readers—the 5”screen Pocket Edition; 6” screen Touch Edition and 7”screen Daily Edition—offering full optical touch screen functionality, nonglare black & white e-ink display along with reduced size and weight. The new devices are not only stylish—they come in silver, black and pink aluminum skins—but also offer stepped up power, crisp page-turning and increased storage capacity."

The bad news? Sony hasn't dropped prices.The Pocket Edition, with USB cable file transfer, is $179; the Touch Edition, also with USB cable file transfer and expandable storage, is $229; and the Daily Edition is for $299.


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