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Sony Reader Pocket PRS-350 Tablet eBook Reader Review

The Sony Reader Pocket PRS-350 is the portable entry in the series.

March 07, 2011
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Back

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Sides

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Size Comparisons

In the Box

The Pocket Reader PRS-350 doesn't come with much in its box. Aside from the device itself and its manuals, you'll get a USB cable for data transfers and battery recharging and a power adapter to hook the device up to a wall socket.

Handling

The Sony Reader Pocket PRS-350's dimensions are similar to a small paperback novel, which make it very easy to hold with a single hand. The touch screen seemed responsive, and we were able to turn pages with just a short flick. The bezel provides an adequate handhold, but those with big hands are probably better off palming the device: holding it with both hands might feel a bit cramped.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Screen
  4. Battery & Controls
  5. eReader
  6. Amazon Kindle Keyboard Wi-Fi Comparison
  7. Apple iPad Wi-Fi (16 GB) Comparison
  8. Barnes & Noble Nook Color Comparison
  9. Conclusion
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