Sony Reader Daily Edition Now on Sale Priced at $299

November 9, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony’s Reader Daily Edition is now available on sale in selected retail outlets and from the company’s website. The new device is claimed to impress the users with its interesting and user-friendly features.

Sony has crafted this new device with a 7-inch full touch-screen display which is said to simplify the operations. This 3G enabled device provides wireless access to the Reader Store from across the US and the WiFi connectivity allows the users to browse with ease.

A number of websites like Google, Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, cnbc and cnet comes pre-loaded with this device.

The optical touch-screen technology that the device bears is claimed to be a market first. The addition of this technology offers a better screen clarity for the device.

Other innovative and fresh features like personalized standby screen options, intuitive content zoom, adjustable contrast and brightness control, as well as automatic multiple page creation is expected to give the device an advantage over the other readers in the market.

The Reader Daily Edition comes equipped with a 2GB memory card, and the storage capacity is expandable up to 32GB. It is available in silver and bears a price-tag of $299.

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