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Headline You'll find an amazing ebook reader in the form of the PRS-600, but its lack of connectivity puts it only on second place next to the KIndle

One of the most frustrating things we've experienced in the past with ebooks is the lack of interaction. This is a key point for students and researchers, opening up a new range of possibilities, and something we commented on when we reviewed Sony's original Reader.

Here Sony has removed that boundary giving users the chance to touch their books just like the real thing with the only real drawback against the Kindle devices being the lack of connectivity through 3G or wireless so you can buy books on the go.

However if you aren't fussed about connectivity issues, a reasonable price point and the open standard approach mean this is likely to be a killer success when it hits stores in the coming months.