Sony has unveiled its latest e-book reader, introducing the new Sony Daily Edition 3G e-reader. Do you still remember the Amazon kindle reader, wherein you can read your pdf documents with the use of that machine. This device has the same features, it can receive content from 16 additional publishers, with whom Sony closed deals just recently.

Other publishers included in the offer are Wall Street Journal for $14.99 monthly, and also MarketWatch for $10.99 and the New York Post at $9.99. Sony previously announced that they had secured a deal with News Corp, and now they’ll also distribute content from The New York Times, The Dallas Morning News, The Baltimore Sun, as well as The Denver Post. The Sony Reader Daily Editions are available with a cost of $399 including its shipping fee.

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  1. Sony pros: Professional sound, as expected, noise calnecling(built into the mp3 itself), nice quality headphones, slacker(uncensored music of ur choice), well built. Cons: sucky web browser, utube don’t work well, not good for movies.Zune pros: 720p, adv interface, nice web browser as expct, nice sound, play movies nice, cheap, download music by wifi( excellent connect),hd radio .Cons: cheap headphones, hd radio is limited, screen problemOverall sony= master of music, zune= jack of all trade

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