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Sony PRS-300R - Digital Ultra Slim eBook Reader - £99.00 *Delivered To Store* @ Marks & Spencer

£99.00 @ Marks & Spencer
Was £149.00. * Dimensions: H157.5 x W107 x 10.2mm * Weight: 220g * Technology: E Ink® Vizplex™ * Screen Size: 5(inch) * Resolution: 800x600 (h/w) * Grey Scale: …
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Was £149.00.

* Dimensions: H157.5 x W107 x 10.2mm
* Weight: 220g
* Technology: E Ink® Vizplex™
* Screen Size: 5(inch)
* Resolution: 800x600 (h/w)
* Grey Scale: 8-level grey scale
* Battery Type: Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery: DC 3.7 v
* Battery Life (reading EPUB eBooks): Approx. 6800 page turns
* Recharging Time: Four hours with USB, two hours with optional AC charger
* Operating System: Microsoft® Windows Vista® (32-bit or 64-bit) or Microsoft® Windows® XP (32-bit only), MAC OS® X 10.4.9 or later
* Processor: 800 MHz Intel® Celeron® class processor or better
# RAM: 128 MB minimum, or 512 MB minimum for Windows Vista®
# Hard Drive: 20 MB Minimum available Hard Drive space
# Optical Drive: Capable of reading CD-ROM
# USB Port: USB 2.0 high speed
# Internet Connection: Broadband
# Compatible Formats: Unsecured / free eBooks & text files: EPUB eBook, Adobe® PDF, Microsoft® Word, TXT, RTF, BBeB
# DRM (Secure / purchased) eBooks and text files: EPUB eBooks (Adept) BBeB eBooks (Marlin)
# Storage Capacity: Built in flash memory: 512 mb (Approx. 350 eBooks)*
# Supplied Accessories: Soft cover pouch, USB cable, quick start guide, eBook library software
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#1
same product only £79.99 free delivery from HMV com/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=280;0;-1;-1;-1&sku=260909" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=280;0;-1;-1;-1&sku=260909 these are great little book readers though have bought 2 so far from HMV one for mum for christmas and one for the wife they both love them......

Edited By: phill27057 on Jan 16, 2011 22:27
#2
Question to owners of these and kindles , Can i use the free Calibre program to convert my PDF's into epub to read on a kindle or one of these ones .
#3
MinerWilly
Question to owners of these and kindles , Can i use the free Calibre program to convert my PDF's into epub to read on a kindle or one of these ones .


Yes, you can. Calibre is great for converting formats.
#4
it uses pdf so no probs
#5
Got the PRS-650, excellent. . .
#6
clueless here,
would like one, but monay aside, don't know which type to go for?
:3
#7
MinerWilly
Question to owners of these and kindles , Can i use the free Calibre program to convert my PDF's into epub to read on a kindle or one of these ones .


Kindle does not support epub. But you can get other formats converted and sent to the kindle for free
#8
danzab
MinerWilly
Question to owners of these and kindles , Can i use the free Calibre program to convert my PDF's into epub to read on a kindle or one of these ones .
Kindle does not support epub. But you can get other formats converted and sent to the kindle for free

calibre does convert to kindle, its called mobi very good
1 Like #9
Really want an e-reader for my uni books (.pdf format) but there's so many different types about and it's so confusing!! Is this the cheapest e-ink reader around and is it worth the money? How does it compare to the Kindle?
#10
also screen size is useless for pdf anyway, kindle can rake pdf and display it sideways so you scroll down instead. not sure about sony. if u borrow ebooks from the library then they will be epub.

calibre will also turn text based pdf's so mobi. so will work on the kindle and some turn out pretty good!

what kind of books are they? just mainly text?
#11
Mainly text but the odd B+W photos or diagrams thrown in just to be awkward :oS

Have been using a pdf. reader on my HTC Desire HD at the moment but doesn't save progress and is a bit of a strain to read.
#12
JerrardM
MinerWilly
Question to owners of these and kindles , Can i use the free Calibre program to convert my PDF's into epub to read on a kindle or one of these ones .
Yes, you can. Calibre is great for converting formats.
+1
Also FYI I've recently purchased the kindle 3 and I've put PDF's straight on to it with no need to convert or anything.
#13
I bought my Mam one of these when they first came out. It looks very good and stylish. The Kindle looks pretty cheap to me.
#14
davesherman
Mainly text but the odd B+W photos or diagrams thrown in just to be awkward :oSHave been using a pdf. reader on my HTC Desire HD at the moment but doesn't save progress and is a bit of a strain to read.

I would say kindle then, with pictures/photos you can click on image to zoom in and display full screen.

also has built in dictionary and and you can download free thesaurus and that.

The 3g is useful if you need to do abit of research and are not near wifi. great article mode for easy reading on websites
#15
summerjoo
JerrardM
MinerWilly
Question to owners of these and kindles , Can i use the free Calibre program to convert my PDF's into epub to read on a kindle or one of these ones .
Yes, you can. Calibre is great for converting formats.
+1Also FYI I've recently purchased the kindle 3 and I've put PDF's straight on to it with no need to convert or anything.

Is the current kindle product on the amazon.co.uk website the kindle 3?
#16
yes

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