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Unformatted text preview: Sony Reader 1 Running head: SONY READER Sony Reader Matthew Aron University of Phoenix Sony Reader 2 Sony Reader The Sony Reader Touch Edition has revolutionized how society sends and re- ceives information. With the help of this digital device, owners are able to instantly share information with anyone else who is connected digitally. People on this network also have access to a plethora of information. With devices like the Sony Reader, it is no longer necessary to buy a morning paper or walk to the mailbox. Instead, one need only pick up a Sony Reader with internet access. This aspect of the Sony Reader has made it popular and successful at being integrated into present society. The Sony Reader, features all the convenience of the wide world of books on a six inch touch screen display. It seems to forever change how the public will receive in- formation. This digital ebook reader contains enough battery life to support 7,500 page turns. With its five adjustable font sizes and intuitive navigation system, the Sony reader has grown in popularity. E-Ink screen technology allows for a paper-like display which is easily readable in direct sunlight. A virtual keyboard can be used for quick annotations and searches, as well as an included stylus for highlighting sections of the text you want to revisit. Sony Readers come standard with a built-in Oxford American English eDic- tionary for help with those hard to define words. At 10 oz., this gadget supports a variety of media formats including Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word, JPEG, and MP3. Store not only of media formats including Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word, JPEG, and MP3....
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