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How do you choose from 34 Sony Tablets? What is the best place to find all Sony tablet reviews? Retrevo helps you find top-rated Sony tablets, by analyzing price, features and Sony tablet reviews. Our goal is to find you the best bang for the buck Sony tablet. Other top brands of tablets are: Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Asus, Visual Land.
Sony Tablet - PRS-T1
 
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Reviews for this Sony tablet (8 user reviews): "Any pros are irrelevant given the cons Check out "Reader for PC Horrible Application"..." see more »
Reviews for this Sony tablet (8 user reviews): "Any pros are irrelevant given the cons Check out "Reader for PC Horrible Application" on the Sony Forum...You have to go to the sony web site --> Support Forum (footer of the page), scroll down to "Reader Digital Book" --> Reader Library Software --> Reader for PC Horrible Application...Five Stars once the bug is fixed..." see less »
Sony Tablet - PRS-600
 
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Reviews for this Sony tablet (11 user reviews): "Way back in 2004, Sony released the LIBRIé, its first e-book reader based on the now-fami..." see more »
Reviews for this Sony tablet (11 user reviews): "Way back in 2004, Sony released the LIBRIé, its first e-book reader based on the now-familiar E Ink screen technology...Even without laying eyes on the Reader Touch Edition, that raised some serious questions..." see less »
Sony Tablet - PRS-300
 
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Reviews for this Sony tablet (6 user reviews): "With this e-reader, you can view a given book onscreen at any of three font sizes...The Reader ..." see more »
Reviews for this Sony tablet (6 user reviews): "With this e-reader, you can view a given book onscreen at any of three font sizes...The Reader Pocket Edition's document-file support is pretty standard for a 2010 e-reader, though you won't find support for multimedia files such as photos and music...If you don’t mind turning extra pages and want a simple, easy-to-navigate reading device to facilitate your book-reading addiction, the Reader Pocket Edition PRS-300 is well-built and a solid choice..." see less »
Sony Tablet - PRS-350
 
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Reviews for this Sony tablet (3 user reviews): "Now you can easily use the screen to navigate, with the Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350SC (t..." see more »
Reviews for this Sony tablet (3 user reviews): "Now you can easily use the screen to navigate, with the Sony Reader Pocket Edition PRS-350SC (the SC model is silver, while PC designates the pink version...The Reader Pocket Edition has a 5-inch E-Ink Pearl display, the same kind of screen as on the third generation Amazon Kindle but 1 inch smaller..." see less »
Sony Tablet - Xperia S 16GB
 
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Average Buy for Everyone
Reviews for this Sony tablet (1 user review.): "compact size, excellent quality, fast, love the wifi mode, great scene modes, great in low ligh..." see more »
Reviews for this Sony tablet (1 user review.): "compact size, excellent quality, fast, love the wifi mode, great scene modes, great in low light...I had one other friend buy it already on my recommendation...SONY always has a great product in my experience..." see less »
Sony Tablet - PRS-500
 
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Older product, look for current models
Reviews for this Sony tablet: "Check out one of the early eReaders from Sony in the Sony PRS-500 with its 4.9 inch screen and built-in camera."
Sony Tablet - S 9.4
 
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Average Buy for Everyone
Reviews for this Sony tablet: "Sony's charging adapter is as unique as its tablet, but its proprietary design makes it tough to replace."
Sony Tablet - PRS-505
 
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Reviews for this Sony tablet (2 user reviews): "Sony introduced its first eBook reader to the US in 2007...Transfer between the Sony PRS-505 Re..." see more »
Reviews for this Sony tablet (2 user reviews): "Sony introduced its first eBook reader to the US in 2007...Transfer between the Sony PRS-505 Reader and PC is via USB...Small silver hardware numerals run vertically down the right-hand side of the PRS-505's display to allow selecting your options...These corresponding buttons are your main way of getting around the Reader's library..." see less »
Sony Tablet - PRS-650
 
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Reviews for this Sony tablet (5 user reviews): "The big news with the PRS-650 is that one of the previous model’s biggest flaws—ser..." see more »
Reviews for this Sony tablet (5 user reviews): "The big news with the PRS-650 is that one of the previous model’s biggest flaws—serious screen glare—is gone...That said, the overall feel is more compact, since the Reader Touch Edition lacks dedicated navigation elements like the Kindle’s physical keyboard or the Nook’s secondary touch LCD...The bottom edge has a reset hole, a micro-USB port, a headphone jack, and a volume control...So, is the Sony Reader Touch Edition PRS-650 a viable Kindle and Nook competitor..." see less »
Sony Tablet - PRS-700
 
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Reviews for this Sony tablet: "The Sony Reader is a line of e-book readers manufactured by Sony, who invented the electronic ink reader with it..." see more »
Reviews for this Sony tablet: "The Sony Reader is a line of e-book readers manufactured by Sony, who invented the electronic ink reader with its Librie. It uses an electronic paper display ..." see less »