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User's Guide
PRS-300
Digital Book Reader
©2009 Sony Corporation
4-151-151-13(1)

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    Jump to the table of contents User’s Guide PRS-300 Digital Book Reader ©2009 Sony Corporation 4-151-151-13(1)

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction What You Can Do with the Reader ... 5 Getting Started Parts and Controls ... 6 Turning on the Reader ... 9 About the sleep mode of the Reader ...10 Charging the Reader ... 11 About charging ...11 Charging the Reader via USB connection ...11 Installing Reader Library ...

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    Reading Books Reading Books ... 34 Selecting a book ...37 About the Options menu ...40 Operations on the book page ...42 Using the Useful Features ... 44 Adjusting text size ...44 Creating a bookmark on a page ...46 Switching screen orientation (vertical/horizontal) ...49 Jumping to the specified number page directly ...50 Going back to previously displayed pages ...51 Deleting a book ...52...

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    Other Information Updating the Reader’s Firmware ... 74 About Books Pre-installed on the Reader ... 75 Notes on the Reader Disposal ... 76 Precautions ... 77 On safety ...82 Note on use ...82 On heat build-up ...83 On software ...84 On Cleaning ...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction What You Can Do with the Reader First, read the Quick Start Guide to prepare the Reader for use. Initially after purchase, you need to charge the Reader battery, and install the dedicated software “Reader Library” on your computer. Once initial preparation is complete, you can transfer content from your computer to the Reader to take anywhere you wish.

  • Page 6: Parts And Controls

    Getting Started Parts and Controls  Enter button Selects an item or applies a setting. /// Directional buttons  • Moves the cursor on the number tab of the list screen. • Turns pages on the book page.  (Home) button Displays the “Home”...

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    Getting Started  (Return) button Goes to an upper menu or cancels the operation.  (Bookmark) button Creates/Removes a bookmark. (  (Size) button Adjusts the text size or switches the screen orientation. page 44, 49)  Number (1 – 9,0) buttons •...

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    Getting Started  USB connector Used to connect the USB cable (supplied). (  DC IN jack Used to connect the AC Adapter for Reader (AC- S5220E) (optional). Hint • The Reader can be charged by connecting to a computer using the supplied USB cable.

  • Page 9: Turning On The Reader

    Getting Started Turning on the Reader Slide the POWER switch to turn on the Reader. Make sure to turn on the Reader before connecting to your computer. The Reader is turned on.  When the Reader is turned on for the first time after purchase, the welcome screen appears.

  • Page 10: About The Sleep Mode Of The Reader

    Getting Started To turn off the Reader Slide the POWER switch again. The Reader is turned off and enters sleep mode. To stop consuming battery power, use “Device Shutdown” in the “Advanced Settings” menu. ( About the sleep mode of the Reader You can set the Reader to automatically enter sleep mode.

  • Page 11: Charging The Reader

    Getting Started Charging the Reader About charging Charging the Reader is required when using it for the first time or the remaining battery is low. Turn on the Reader, and then charge in one of the following ways. • Connect to a computer via USB. (Charging time: approx.

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    Getting Started  Make sure your computer is connected to an AC outlet and turned on (not in sleep mode).  Connect the Reader to your computer using the supplied USB cable. appears on the Reader and charging starts. Charge indicator * The displayed screen during the USB connection varies depending on the using environment.

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    Getting Started Notes • While charging via USB, the Reader cannot be operated. • Do not leave the Reader connected to a notebook computer which is not connected to an AC outlet for an extended period. It will consume the battery of the notebook computer. •...

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    Getting Started Note • If the remaining battery power is low, the following warning appears. Charge the battery. ( If you continue to use without charging, the following warning appears, and the Reader will turn off automatically. Charge the Reader and turn it on again. ( page page Continued...

  • Page 15: Installing Reader Library

    Getting Started Installing Reader Library Reader Library is the content management software you use with the Reader. Notes • The Internet connection is required to install Reader Library. • Your computer needs to meet the minimum system requirements for Reader Library. For details, see “System Requirements.” page ...

  • Page 16: Basic Menu Operation

    Getting Started Basic Menu Operation You can operate the Reader by selecting item from the menu (list). “Home” menu (Home) button (Return) button To select an item from the menu, press the number buttons as indicated on the number tabs. Hint •...

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    Getting Started In this manual, the operating instructions of the Reader are described as follows. Example: Selecting a book from the Book list  From the “Home” menu, select “Books by title” desired book The actual operation for the example is shown as below: ...

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    Getting Started  Press the number button of the desired book, or press the / buttons to move the cursor onto the desired book and then press the Enter button.  If more than 30 books are stored, the Index menu appears.

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    Getting Started  Press the number 2 button, or press the / buttons to move the cursor onto “Begin” and then press the Enter button. To return to the “Home” menu Press the (Home) button. To return to the previous menu Press the (Return) button.

  • Page 20: Importing And Transferring Content

    Importing and Transferring Content Importing Content Authorizing the Reader and your computer Before purchasing and downloading eBooks from the eBook store, the Reader and your computer need to be authorized. Hint • You can check whether the Reader is authorized from “About” in the “Settings”...

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    Importing and Transferring Content  Connect the Reader to your computer using the supplied USB cable. Reader Library starts automatically. Notes • If Reader Library does not start automatically, start it manually. • If the Reader in the shutdown state is connected to your computer, the Reader will not be recognized by your computer.

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    Adobe ID will be required. Enter your Adobe ID by following the on-screen instructions. If you do not have an Adobe ID, create it by following the on-screen instructions, or refer to Sony support web sites. Continued...

  • Page 23: Downloading Ebooks From Ebook Store

    Importing and Transferring Content Downloading eBooks from eBook store You can download eBooks from an online eBook store to your computer. Notes • To download eBooks, the Internet connection is required on your computer. • You need to authorize your computer to download eBooks from an eBook store.

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    Importing and Transferring Content Hint • eBooks can be read on Reader Library using your computer. For details on Reader Library operations, refer to the Reader Library Help. Book types supported by the Reader The following are the book types supported by the Reader and Reader Library File type (file extension)

  • Page 25: Importing Content To Reader Library

    Importing and Transferring Content Importing content to Reader Library You can import content files stored on your computer into Library of Reader Library. You can import the following content files. Book PDF file, EPUB file, Text file, RTF file, Word file (unsecured)* BBeB file Word files will be automatically converted into RTF files during transfer to the Reader only if Microsoft Word is installed on your...

  • Page 26: Transferring Content

    Importing and Transferring Content Transferring Content Transferring content to the Reader You can transfer (copy) the content in the Library to the Reader. You can transfer the following content files. Book PDF file, EPUB file, Text file, RTF file, Word file (unsecured)* BBeB file Word files will be automatically converted into RTF files during transfer to the Reader only if Microsoft Word is installed on your...

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    Importing and Transferring Content  Slide the POWER switch. The Reader is turned on. Note • If the Reader does not turn on, the battery has been fully depleted. In this case, go to the next step. Although charging is in progress (charge indicator lights up in red), the Reader will not turn on until screen (it takes at least 40 minutes).

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    Importing and Transferring Content Notes • If Reader Library does not start automatically, start it manually. • If “Reader” does not appear in the Source view after connecting the Reader to your computer, disconnect the USB cable from the Reader, then reconnect it after a while. •...

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    Importing and Transferring Content  Drag the content from the list to “Reader” in the Source view. The content is transferred to the Reader. Reader Hint • You can store computer data into the internal memory of the Reader by transferring the data from your computer using Windows Explorer.

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    Importing and Transferring Content Notes • If there is not enough free space on the internal memory of the Reader, content may not be transferable. The internal memory of the Reader can be increased in the following 2 ways.  Transfer any unnecessary content back to Reader Library, then delete it to increase free space on the Reader.

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    Importing and Transferring Content  Click “Reader” in the Source view, then click view). The View area is switched to the List view and all the content in Library is listed.  Click “Books” in the Source view.  Select the content you want to transfer back from the list.

  • Page 32: Synchronizing Content In Library With The Reader

    Importing and Transferring Content Synchronizing content in Library with the Reader You can synchronize content in the Library of Reader Library with the Reader by specifying a folder (such as “Library” or the sub-items under “Library”). The Reader can be automatically updated to match the content in the Library, when you connect it to your computer.

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    Importing and Transferring Content  Connect the Reader to your computer using the supplied USB cable. ( Reader Library starts and synchronizes content in the Library with the Reader automatically. Notes • If Reader Library does not start automatically, start it manually. •...

  • Page 34: Reading Books

    Reading Books Reading Books Follow the steps below to read books transferred from your computer. Note  If an invalid operation is performed, screen.  From the “Home” menu, select “Books by Title.” “Home” menu  If more than 30 books are stored, the Index menu appears.

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    Reading Books Hints  If you want to continue reading from the last displayed page, select “Continue Reading” from the “Home” menu.  From the “Home” menu, books can be selected from variety of lists. For details, see “Selecting a Book.” ( ...

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    Reading Books Hint  If you open the book from “Continue Reading,” you can display the “Options” menu from the book page by pressing the button. ( page  Press the / buttons to turn pages. Book page  For details on how to operate the book page, see “Operations on the book page.”...

  • Page 37: Selecting A Book

    Reading Books Selecting a book From the “Home” menu, you can select a book by the title, the author or the transferred date, or from the “Collections” list. “Home” menu “Home” menu items to select a book Display item Books by Title Books by Author Books by Date Collections*...

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    Reading Books Operations on a Book list The following operations can be performed on a Book list (including the Book list in Collections). Book list of “Books by Title” Button  /  buttons  /  buttons Number buttons (Home) button Press: Displays the “Home”...

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    Reading Books About the Index menu In the Index menu, books are sorted into several categories. If more than 30 books are stored, the Index menu is displayed as the first page of the list. Select the category which the desired book belongs to. ...

  • Page 40: About The Options Menu

    Reading Books About the Options menu The “Options” menu appears after you select a book from the list. You can choose the point to start the book or use the various features from the menu. “Options” menu “Options” menu items Display item Continue Reading Begin...

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    Reading Books Display item Info Utilities Bookmarks can also be created in Reader Library. For details, refer to the Reader Library Help. The table of contents can be displayed only if the book or the file has it. To display the “Options” menu from the book page The operations to display the “Options” menu from the book page vary depending on the item you have selected to open the book. Item you have selected Continue Reading (in the “Home”...

  • Page 42: Operations On The Book Page

    Reading Books Operations on the book page On the Book page screen, the following operations can be performed. Size indicator Current page number/ total page number Book page Note  When the text on an EPUB file is magnified, the page number of some divided sections may be displayed as “3-4,”...

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    Reading Books Button (Home) button (Size) button (Bookmark) button Press: Creates/Removes a bookmark on (Return) button To use the links of eBooks files on the Reader You can use the links on a BBeB, PDF or EPUB file. Move the cursor onto the desired link using the / buttons, then press the Enter button to jump to the linked page.

  • Page 44: Using The Useful Features

    Reading Books Using the Useful Features You can use the various features to enhance readability. Adjusting text size You can adjust the text size in 3 different sizes (S, M or L).  On the book page, press the The text size is changed and the text and layout of the book page are adjusted automatically to fit the screen size.

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    Reading Books Hints • When the texts on a PDF or EPUB file are magnified, the page is divided into multiple sections. To display the rest of the page, press the /// buttons. • When the text on an EPUB file is magnified, the page number of some divided sections may be displayed as “3-4,”...

  • Page 46: Creating A Bookmark On A Page

    Reading Books Creating a bookmark on a page You can create a bookmark on a page you may wish to return to.  On the book page, press the on the desired page. The top right corner of the page is turned down. If you press the bookmark will be removed.

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    Reading Books Notes • The bookmarks created on the Reader can be displayed on eBook Library 3.0 or Reader Library 3.1. Earlier versions of eBook Library will not display them. • You can annotate books in Reader Library. However, the Reader can display only bookmarks and will not display other annotations such as highlights or comments.

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    Reading Books To remove all bookmarks in the current book  On the book page, press the display the “Options” menu, then select “Utilities” “Remove All Bookmarks.” The confirmation screen appears. Note • If the book is opened from “All Bookmarks,” pressing the (Return) button will not display the “Options”...

  • Page 49: Switching Screen Orientation (vertical/horizontal)

    Reading Books Switching screen orientation (vertical/ horizontal) You can set the screen orientation to vertical or horizontal.  On the book page or list screen, press and hold the (Size) button. The screen orientation is switched. To switch back, press and hold the Hint •...

  • Page 50: Jumping To The Specified Number

    Reading Books Jumping to the specified number page directly You can jump directly to a page by inputting the page number with the number buttons.  On the book page, press the number buttons to input the page number. The input page number appears in the center of the page.

  • Page 51: Going Back To Previously Displayed Pages

    Reading Books Going back to previously displayed pages After you have jumped to a page using the links or by inputting its page number, you can go back to the previously displayed pages from the “Options” menu.  On the book page, press the display the “Options”...

  • Page 52: Deleting A Book

    Reading Books Deleting a book You can delete a book on the Reader from the “Options” menu.  On the book page, press the display the “Options” menu, then select “Utilities” “Delete Book.” The confirmation screen appears. Note • If the book is opened from “All Bookmarks,” pressing the (Return) button will not display the “Options”...

  • Page 53: Checking The Book Information

    Reading Books Checking the book information You can check the book information, such as the title, author, book cover thumbnail, etc., from the “Options” menu.  On the book page, press the display the “Options” menu, then select “Info.” Note •...

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    Reading Books Display item Description Digital Displays the following only if a book with DRM is Rights selected. (BBeB, PDF and EPUB file only) Full viewable: The entire book can be read. Restricted: Some or all of the book cannot be read. Expiration Displays the expiration date of the book if the book date...

  • Page 55: Changing Settings

    Settings Changing Settings You can configure the various settings in the “Settings” menu.  From the “Home” menu, select “Settings.” “Home” menu Continued...

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    Settings  From the “Settings” menu, select the setting item you want to change. “Settings” menu  For details about how to configure the settings, see “Settings menu items.” (  Example: “Date and Time” setting screen page Continued...

  • Page 57: Settings Menu Items

    Settings Settings menu items In the “Settings” menu, you can configure the following settings. Setting item “Orientation” “Date and Time” Sets date and time displayed on the Description Switches the screen orientation. Setting operation 1. On the “Settings” screen, press the number 1 button.

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    Settings Setting item “Date and Time Format” “Sleep Mode” Description Sets the display format of date and time. “Date”: “Month-Day-Year,” “Day-Month-Year” “Time”: “12-hour,” “24-hour” Setting operation 1. Press the /// button to move the cursor. 2. Press the Enter button to change the format type.

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    Settings Setting item “Sleep Mode” (Continued) “Menu Language” Description Note  In the following states, the Reader does not enter sleep mode after 60 minutes of inactivity even if “Sleep Mode” is set to “On.” – When connected to a computer using the supplied USB cable –...

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    Settings Setting item “Advanced Settings” “About” “Restore Defaults” To cancel the operation Press the (Return) button. Description Refer to “Advanced Settings menu items.” page Displays the firmware version of the Reader, product name, license information, etc. Setting operation 1. On the “Settings” screen, press the number 7 button.

  • Page 61: Advanced Settings Menu Items

    Settings Advanced Settings menu items In the “Advanced Settings” menu, you can configure the following settings. Setting item “Device Lock” Description Locks the Reader by setting a password. “On”: The Reader is locked by the password. “Off” (default setting): The Reader is not “Code”: Input 4-digit number for the password.

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    Notes  You are recommended to make a note of your password and keep it in a safe place separate to the Reader. If you forget your password, contact your Sony Support Center ( page 65); however note that in unlocking your device, all content on it will be erased.

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    Settings Setting item “Format Internal Memory” “Device Shutdown” To cancel the operation on the confirmation screen Press the (Return) button. Description Formats the internal memory of the Reader. By formatting the memory, all the contents on the Reader will be erased. Setting operation On the confirmation screen, press the (Bookmark) button.

  • Page 64: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting If the Reader does not function as expected, try the following steps to resolve the issue.  Reset the Reader by pressing the RESET button with a small pin or clip, then slide the POWER switch to turn on the Reader. The contents stored on the Reader are not affected by resetting.

  • Page 65

    Web sites. For customers in the USA: http://www.sony.com/readersupport Phone number: 1-866-962-7669 For customers in Canada: http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ Phone number: 1-877-899-7669 For customers in Europe: http://support.sony-europe.com/eBook/PRS  If the approaches listed above fail to resolve the issue, consult Sony Service Center. Continued...

  • Page 66

    Efficiency of the battery will be improved by repeatedly charging and discharging.  The battery needs to be replaced. Consult your nearest Sony Service Center.  The battery has not been given enough time to charge fully. Charge the battery until the charge indicator goes off.

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    Troubleshooting Symptom The Reader cannot be turned on. (continued) Screen Symptom It takes time for the display to appear. Reading contents Symptom A book cannot be read. “Continue Reading” does not work or the bookmarks are missing. Cause or corrective action ...

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    Troubleshooting Connection to the computer Symptom The Reader cannot be operated during USB connection. The Reader cannot be recognized. Cause or corrective action  Disconnect the USB connector from the Reader.  The Reader is turned off or the USB cable is not connected properly.

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    Troubleshooting Symptom The Reader cannot be recognized. (continued) (indicating connection via USB) does not appear when connected to your computer via USB. Cause or corrective action  Use the supplied USB cable.  There may be a malfunction with the USB port on your computer.

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    Troubleshooting Symptom Content cannot be transferred to the Reader from your computer. There is no response from Reader Library during communication with the Reader. The Reader becomes unstable while it is connected to the computer. The Reader’s battery cannot be charged. (The charge indicator does not light up.)

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    Troubleshooting eBook Symptom An eBook cannot be read. Cause or corrective action  You may not have signed up or performed authorization for the service which is necessary for reading DRM-protected eBooks. Authorize your computer and the Reader.  You may have tried to read the content owned by another user.

  • Page 72: Restoring Default Settings

    Troubleshooting Restoring default settings All default settings of the Reader can be restored. Notes The following occurs when you restore the default settings. • The screen orientation setting will be vertical. • The password will be erased and the device lock released. ...

  • Page 73: Uninstalling Reader Library

    Click “Start” – “Control Panel.”  Double-click “Add/Remove Programs.” *  Click “Reader Library by Sony” in the “Currently Installed Programs” list, then click “Remove.” * Follow the on-screen instructions and restart your computer. The uninstallation is complete when the computer has restarted.

  • Page 74: Other Information

    Reader Library from “Help” – “Check for Updates.” For details on updates, refer to the Reader Library Help or the following website. For customers in the USA: http://www.sony.com/readersupport For customers in Canada: http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ For customers in Europe: http://support.sony-europe.com/eBook/PRS...

  • Page 75: About Books Pre-installed On The Reader

    The pre-installed sample content is for the purpose of trial reading. About sample content The Reader is pre-installed with sample content. If you delete the sample content, you cannot restore it, and Sony will not supply any replacement content.

  • Page 76: Notes On The Reader Disposal

    Other Information Notes on the Reader Disposal The built-in rechargeable battery of the Reader is recyclable. Do not remove the battery yourself, consult Sony Support Center.

  • Page 77: Precautions

    Other Information Precautions Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste.

  • Page 78

    Other Information By ensuring these batteries are disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potentially negative consequences for the environment and human health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of the battery. The recycling of the materials will help to conserve natural resources.

  • Page 79

    Notice for customers: the following information is only applicable to equipment sold in countries applying EU directive The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan. The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety is Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany.

  • Page 80

    Other Information The following FCC statement applies only to the version of this model manufactured for sale in the USA. Other versions may not comply with FCC technical regulations. INFORMATION: NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 81

    Other Information If you have any questions about this product: Visit: www.sony.com/readersupport Contact: Sony “Digital Book Reader” Support Center at 1-(866)-962- 7669 Write: Sony Customer Information Service Center 12451 Gateway Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33913 Declaration of Conformity Trade Name: Model No.:...

  • Page 82: On Safety

    Other Information For Customers in the USA and Canada RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES Lithium-ion batteries are recyclable. You can help preserve our environment by returning your used rechargeable batteries to the collection and recycling location nearest you. For more information regarding recycling of rechargeable batteries, call toll free 1-800-822-8837, or visit http://www.

  • Page 83: On Heat Build-up

    Other Information • Do not leave the Reader on an unstable surface • Make sure not to sit down with the Reader in your back pocket. • Do not expose the Reader to water. The Reader is not waterproof. Remember to follow the precautions below. −...

  • Page 84: On Software

    • In no event will SONY be liable for any financial damage, or loss of profits, including claims made by third parties, arising out of the use of the software supplied with this Reader.

  • Page 85: On Cleaning

    • Recorded content is limited to private use only. Use of the content beyond this limit requires permission of the copyright holders. • Sony is not responsible for incomplete recording/downloading or damaged data due to problems of the Reader or computer.

  • Page 86: On Copyrights

    Sony’s permission except for personal use. • Sony, the Sony logo, “BBeB”, “BBeB Book”, “Reader”, “Reader Pocket Edition” and their logos are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.

  • Page 87: About Gnu General Public License

    Further, the trademark registered trademark ® symbols are not indicated throughout this document. Program ©2009 Sony Corporation Documentation ©2009 Sony Corporation About GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Dear customers Thank you for purchasing this product.

  • Page 88

    These source codes are available on the web site. Access the following web site to download. http://www.sony.net/Products/Linux/ Note that Sony accepts no inquiries concerning the contents of these source codes. For details on GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE, refer to “GPL (English).rtf,” “GPL (French).rtf,” “LGPL (English).rtf”...

  • Page 89: Specifications

    Other Information Specifications Model name PRS-300 Power source Built-in rechargeable battery: DC 3.7 V AC adapter: DC 5.2 V Battery life (continuous playback) Maximum Battery: Approx. 6,800 pages with EPUB contents* * Measured using a fully charged battery and counting consecutive page-turns at approx 1 page per sec. Actual battery life may vary based on usage patterns and specific device. User available capacity Approx. 440MB Available storage capacity of the Reader may vary. Operating temperature 41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C) Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 4 × 6 × (maximum) Mass Approx. 7.76 oz (220 g) Optional accessories AC Adapter for Reader: AC-S5220E Supplied accessories USB cable (1) Sleeve (1) Quick Start Guide (1)

  • Page 90: System Requirements

    Other Information System requirements The following are requirements to use Reader Library. Microsoft Windows 7 Home Basic Windows 7 Windows 7 Home Premium (32-bit or Windows 7 Professional 64-bit) Windows 7 Ultimate Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic with Service Pack 1 or later Windows Vista Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 or later (32-bit or...

  • Page 91: Index

    Other Information Index Symbols (Bookmark) button ...7, 46 (Home) button ...6 (Return) button ...7 (Size) botton ...7, 44, 49 /// Directional buttons ...6 (Expiration) ...35 Advanced Settings ...61 Device Lock...61 Device Shutdown ...63 Format Internal Memory ...63 Battery ...13 Bookmark ...46 Books by Author ...37 Books by Date ...37 Books by Title ...37...

  • Page 92

    Other Information Link ...43 Number buttons ...7 Options menu ...40 Orientation ...49 POWER switch ...7, 9 Reader Library ...25 Install... See “Quick Start Guide” Uninstalling ...73 Reading books ...34 Reset ...64 RESET button ...8, 64 Settings ...57 About...60 Date and Time...57 Date and Time Format ...58 Menu Language ...59 Orientation ...57...

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