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Sony Reader Daily EditionAt CES 2010, Brian Tong takes a look at the Sony Reader Daily Edition with built-in wireless 3G.
[ Music ] ^M00:00:03 >> Brian Tong here at CES 2010 with this Sony Reader Daily Edition, and what makes this guy unique is its 3G wireless connection built into the device. This is the only reader that has access to the Reader Store, where you can download newspapers and books, and it has a seven-inch touchscreen panel. So what really makes it unique is you can swipe your finger to change pages, and also within newspapers, you can navigate directly through articles or through different sections, what makes it really slick and unique compared to other products. Some other features that you have on here is first of all, its stylus up top here, and this really allows you to take notes directly on pages of articles or books that you're reading and then jump back to them later. You'll also find there's a slot on the side that supports Sony's memory stick format and the mini-SD format, so you can add on additional compact, and get more storage, or also pop in, like, MP3 songs that are on those mini cards. Now, this device is selling currently and is available now for $399.00, and you can check it out, a nice form factor, a little longer than most of the other readers, but I like it, and it feels really good. So there you have it, the Sony Reader Daily Edition. ^M00:01:03 [ Music ]