Differences What are the advantages of each

Back view of Sony Reader PRS-T2

Reasons to consider the
Sony Reader PRS-T2

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Directly download library e-books to device Yes vs No Somewhat common; offers quick access to browsing public library titles available for e-readers
Much faster processor 1,000 MHz vs 622 MHz More than 60% faster processor; a faster processor improves responsiveness
Comes with a stylus Yes vs No About half of E-Readers come with a stylus
Lighter weight 164 g vs 214 g Around 25% lighter weight
Much quicker recharging 2.5 hours vs 5 hours 2x quicker recharging; requires less time to re-charge
Front view of Icarus Pocket

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Icarus Pocket

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Much more storage capacity 4 GB vs 1.3 GB More than 3x more storage capacity
Thinner 8 mm vs 9.5 mm More than 15% thinner ; easily slides into bags
Supports the Mobi e-book format Yes vs No About half of E-Readers support the Mobi e-book format

Specifications Full list of technical specs

screen

Reader PRS-T2  vs
Pocket 
Gray shades 16 16
Screen resolution 800 x 600 800 x 600
Screen size 6" 6"
Pixel density 166 ppi 166 ppi

features

Text to speech No No
Directly download library e-books to device Yes No
Stereo speakers No No
Evernote integration Yes No
Landscape mode Yes Yes
Accelerometer No No
Parental controls No No

form factor

Housing type Plastic and rubber Plastic
Size 111.1 x 174.6 x 9.5 mm 126 x 174 x 8 mm
Weight 164 g 214 g
Headphone jack No Yes

connectivity

Reader PRS-T2  vs
Pocket 
Bluetooth connectivity No No

technical specs

Processor 1,000 MHz 622 MHz

storage

Internal storage 1.3 GB 4 GB
Memory 1.3 GB 4 GB
Sony Reader PRS-T2
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Icarus Pocket
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