Sony Pocket Digital eBook Reader PRS350 £139.99 - £119.15 with VAT back offer @ WH Smith - HotUKDeals
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Turn pages and flick through your library with just a tap on the full touch screen.
•Read for hours without eye strain on the revolutionary paper-like display - even in direct sunlight .
•Double tap a word to find its meaning or translation in one of the 12 built-in dictionaries.
•Unbelievably small and thin and lighter than most paperbacks at just 155 grams.
•Reader holds up to 1,200 books under one cover and tens of thousands more on a Memory Stick™.
•Get up to 2 full weeks of reading on a single battery charge.
•5.0" Screen (12.7cm) high contrast E Ink® Pearl display with clear touch screen and 16 levels grey scale.
•6 Font sizes, annotations, search, zoom, Mac/PC compatibility .

Claim the VAT back to get this price and also quidco tracks at £5.96

They also have it in pink for the same price.
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I personally consider the Amazon Kindle at £109.00 a better product/deal
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tina-colada
I personally consider the Amazon Kindle at £109.00 a better product/deal

Doesn't compare with the Kindle as a product, other than being an ebook reader. It is touch screen, it is pocketable and it isn't DRM locked.
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cicobuff
Doesn't compare with the Kindle as a product, other than being an ebook reader. It is touch screen, it is pocketable and it isn't DRM locked.


Wifi and web-browser on the Kindle wins for me. I can use it with Google Reader and various blogs.
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tremtastic
cicobuff
Doesn't compare with the Kindle as a product, other than being an ebook reader. It is touch screen, it is pocketable and it isn't DRM locked.
Wifi and web-browser on the Kindle wins for me. I can use it with Google Reader and various blogs.

As said, it doesn't compare with the Kindle, it is an ereader that is pocketable, that isn't DRMed and has a touch screen for notes and annotations, it doesn't pretend to be a web browser, because it is plain and simply a robustly built pocketable ereader, it feeds a similar market with differing functions.

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