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User's Guide
PRS-600
Digital Book Reader
©2009 Sony Corporation
4-153-621-13(1)

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    Jump to the table of contents User’s Guide PRS-600 Digital Book Reader ©2009 Sony Corporation 4-153-621-13(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 ... 10 About the Power Management of the Reader ...11 Charging the Reader ... 13 About charging ...13 Charging the Reader via USB connection ...13 Installing eBook Library ...

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    Switching the list display format ...61 Searching for a book with a keyword ...62 Operations on the book page ...69 Using the Useful Features ... 76 Embedded dictionaries ...76 Adjusting the text size ...79 Zooming in/out ...82 Using the Option menu of the book page ...84 Jumping to pages (“Go to Page”) ...86 Going back to previously displayed pages (“History”) ...89 Searching a book for keywords (“Search”) ...90...

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    Playing audio files transferred from your computer ...127 Using the Option menu of Audio ...131 Viewing Pictures Viewing Pictures ... 133 Viewing pictures transferred from your computer ...133 Using the Option menu of Pictures ...137 Settings Changing Settings ... 139 Settings menu items ...141 Advanced Settings menu items ...146 Troubleshooting...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction What You Can Do with the Reader First, read the Quick Start to prepare the Reader for use. Initially after purchase, you need to charge the Reader battery, and install the dedicated software “eBook 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  Touch screen The touch screen gives you simple access to the various functions on the Reader (  < > (Page Turn) buttons Turns the page. You can turn multiple pages by pressing and holding the buttons. You can also turn the page using the touch screen ( ...

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    Getting Started  (Size) button Displays the Size menu ( You can adjust the text size and zoom in/out a page or picture from the Size menu.  OPTIONS button Displays the Option menu ( 125, 131, 137). You can use various functions such as creating notes, jumping to a page, etc., from the Option menu.

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    Getting Started  Hole for hand strap Used to attach the hand strap (optional).  Holes for cover attachment Used to attach the cover (optional).  Charge indicator Lights up in red while charging, and goes off when charging is complete ( Flashes in orange when your computer starts accessing the Reader via USB.

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    Getting Started About the serial number The serial number is for customer registration purposes. The number is on the label on the rear of the Reader. Do not remove the label. Removing the supplied stylus The supplied stylus is stored on the top right side of the Reader.

  • Page 10: 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.  When you turn on the Reader for the first time after purchase, “Welcome!” screen appears in all four languages followed by the “Calibrate Touch Screen”...

  • Page 11: About The Power Management Of The Reader

    Getting Started To turn off the Reader Slide the POWER switch again. The Reader turns off. After turned off, the Reader enters sleep mode. When turning off the Reader, if you slide the POWER switch and hold it for more than 3 seconds, the Reader shuts down. Hint  When the “Power Management”...

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    Getting Started Hint  You can activate/deactivate the Power Management from “Power Management” in the “Settings” menu ( Note  In the following states, the Reader does not enter sleep mode after 60 minutes of inactivity even if “Power Management” is set to “On.” –...

  • Page 13: Charging The Reader

    Getting Started Charging the Reader About charging You need to charge the Reader when using it for the first time, or when the remaining battery power is low. Charge in one of the following ways.  Connect to a computer via USB.  Connect to an AC outlet using the AC Adapter for Reader (AC- S5220E) (optional).

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    Getting Started  Connect the Reader to your computer using the supplied USB cable. appears on the Reader and charging starts. (At purchase, the Reader is in the shutdown state, therefore, it takes 5 minutes or more until The same applies when the Reader’s battery is fully depleted.) * The displayed screen during the USB connection varies depending on the using environment.

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    Getting Started  When the Reader is charged fully, the charge indicator (lights up in red while charging) goes off, and the icon indicating that charging is in progress (the bottom left of the touch screen) disappears. Notes  While charging via USB, you cannot operate the Reader.  Do not leave the Reader connected to a notebook computer which is not connected to an AC outlet for an extended period.

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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 13).

  • Page 17: Installing Ebook Library

    Getting Started Installing eBook Library eBook Library is the content management software you use with the Reader. Notes  An Internet connection is required to install eBook Library.  Your computer needs to meet the minimum system requirements for eBook Library. For details, see “System Requirements” page 187).

  • Page 18: How To Use The Touch Screen

    Getting Started How to Use the Touch Screen Using the touch screen, you can perform various operations with a finger or with the supplied stylus. Note  When you use the supplied stylus, make sure to use the pointed end of it for tapping dragging, or drawing on the touch screen. Do not use a ballpoint pen, pencil, or other sharp object.

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    Getting Started Double-tapping By tapping twice (double-tap) on the touch screen, you can create bookmarks ( page 94), highlight ( page 99), search page 90), or look up words ( page 76), etc. Dragging By dragging on the touch screen, you can turn a page ( page 70), drag a magnified page in Zoom mode ( page...

  • Page 20: Dragging And Holding

    Getting Started Double-tapping and dragging By double-tapping and dragging on the touch screen, you can select consecutive words ( page 91, 99). Dragging and Holding By holding on the touch screen after dragging, you can turn pages repeatedly ( page 70).

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    Getting Started Handwriting Using the supplied stylus or a finger, you can create drawing on the touch screen ( page 102, 104, 116).

  • Page 22: How To Use The Home Menu

    Getting Started How to Use the Home Menu The Home menu is the starting point to read/play/view content, create a drawing/text memo and configure settings. You can select menu items by tapping them. In this manual, the operating instructions on the Reader are described as follows.

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    Getting Started  In the Home menu, tap (“Books”).  Tap the desired book on the “Books” list.  If more than 10 books are stored, the index bar appears on the right side of the list. The books are stored alphabetically. If your desired book is not displayed in the list, drag the index bar until the book appears...

  • Page 24: About The Home Menu

    Getting Started About the Home menu In the Home menu, frequently used items are arranged by default. To display other items, tap change the items in the bottom left of the Home menu in “Customize Home Menu” under “Advanced Settings.” You can readily display the Home menu by pressing the (Home) button.

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    Getting Started Menu item (Collections)* (More) (Handwriting)* (Text Memo)* (Audio)* (Pictures)* (Settings)* Collections can only be created in eBook Library. For details on how to create or transfer a collection, refer to the eBook Library Help. Interchangeable items in “Customize Home Menu” ( ...

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    Getting Started Searching notes Using the Reader, you can highlight a word(s), create a bookmark, or mark up a book page. Also, you can add a comment to them. In this manual, highlights, bookmarks with/without a comment and markups are collectively referred to as “note(s).”...

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    Getting Started  In the Home menu, tap The list of all the bookmarks, highlights and markups on the Reader appears. Back icon “All Notes” list * The type of bar varies depending on the “Sort” type. – Sorted “by Date”: Scroll bar –...

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    Getting Started Icons Descriptions Highlight on a word(s). Highlight containing a text comment. Highlight containing a handwritten comment. Markup drawn on a book page.  Tap a note. The page that contains the note is displayed. Hints  You can also create notes (excluding markups and handwritten comments) in eBook Library.

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    Getting Started Using the Option menu of the “All Notes” list Press the OPTIONS button to open the Option menu. (“Now Playing” appears only while a track is playing.) Option menu Option item Sort Search Now Playing Orientation To close the Option menu Tap , or press the OPTIONS button.

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    Getting Started Selecting a book from the “Collections” list Using eBook Library, you can group books by genre or author, etc., in a folder which is called collection. In the “Collections” list, you can select and read a book from a folder list of collections.

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    Getting Started To customize the Home menu Of the Home menu items, “Handwriting,” “Text Memo,” “Audio,” “Pictures” and “Settings” can be rearranged. You can select two of these items to display on the Home menu. By default, “Handwriting” and “Text Memo” are displayed on the Home menu.

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    Getting Started  Tap the item that you want to display on the left bottom of the Home menu. The tapped item is placed on the left of the preview area. The item already set on the left moves to the center, and the one in the center disappears.

  • Page 33: Inserting A Memory Card

    Otherwise, edited data will not be saved.  Sony’s “Memory Stick Duo” Memory Card of up to 16 GB has been tested to work with the Reader. For other brand’s “Memory Stick Duo”...

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    Getting Started  When inserting the memory card into the Reader, it may take time for the Reader to recognize the content files in the memory card if the number of the content files stored on the memory card is large. Inserting a memory card into the Reader The Memory slot protective inserts are inserted in the “Memory Stick Duo”...

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    Getting Started  Insert a memory card in the  direction with its label side up until it clicks into the place. Note  The Reader has separate slots for “Memory Stick Duo” Memory Card and the SD Memory Card. Be sure to insert the memory card in the correct slot.

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    Getting Started Removing a memory card from the Reader  Gently push in the memory card. You will hear a click, and the memory card should pop out. “Memory SD Memory Stick Duo” Card  Remove the memory card squarely from the slot. Notes  Do not remove a memory card or turn off the Reader while reading or writing data as data may be damaged.

  • Page 37: Importing And Transferring Content

    Importing and Transferring Content Importing Content Authorizing the Reader and your computer Before purchasing and downloading eBooks from an online 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. eBook Library starts automatically. Notes  If eBook Library does not start automatically, start it manually by double-clicking the desktop icon.  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. 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 40: 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, an Internet connection is required on your computer.  You need to authorize your computer to download eBooks from an eBook store.

  • Page 41: Importing Content To Ebook Library

    Importing and Transferring Content Hint  eBooks can be read on eBook Library using your computer. For details on eBook Library operations, refer to the eBook Library Help. Importing content to eBook Library You can import content files stored on your computer into eBook Library.

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    Importing and Transferring Content  Start eBook Library.  Click “Import Files” on the “File” menu. The “Import Files” dialog box appears.  Select the content file to be imported. Hint  You can import all the content files in a selected folder at the same time from “Import Folder”...

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    Importing and Transferring Content File type (file extension) RTF file (.rtf) Word file* (.doc, .docx* Only if Microsoft Word is installed on your computer. On Macintosh, eBook Library does not support .docx files. Description A document file format that can contain information such as font type, size or color in addition to text content.

  • Page 44: Transferring Content

    Importing and Transferring Content Transferring Content Transferring content to the Reader You can transfer (copy) the content from eBook Library to the Reader. You can transfer the following content files.  Book PDF file, EPUB file, Text file, RTF file, Word file (unsecured)* BBeB Book  Audio MP3 and AAC format audio files (unsecured)

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    Importing and Transferring Content Notes  If the Reader is locked, it will not be recognized on your computer and content cannot be transferred. Deactivate the “Device Lock” setting before USB connection (  If the Reader has not been authorized, eBook Library will not transfer the DRM-protected files to the Reader.

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    Importing and Transferring Content  Connect the Reader to your computer using the supplied USB cable ( eBook Library starts automatically and “Reader” appears in the Source view of eBook Library. Notes  If eBook Library does not start automatically, start it manually by double-clicking the desktop icon.

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    Importing and Transferring Content  Click “Library” in the Source view, then click view). The View area is switched to the List view and all the content in the Library is listed. Hint  When you click as thumbnails.  Select the content you want to transfer from the list.

  • Page 48: Transferring Content Via A Memory Card

    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 eBook Library, then delete it to increase free space on the Reader.

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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 on the screen (it takes about 5 minutes).

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     Delete any unnecessary book on the Reader (  Do not delete files and folders in the “Sony Reader” folder. Perform data management on eBook Library. For details on eBook Library operations, refer to the eBook Library Help.

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    Importing and Transferring Content To transfer content back to eBook Library  Slide the POWER switch. The Reader is turned on.  Connect the Reader to your computer using the supplied USB cable ( eBook Library starts automatically and “Reader” appears in the Source view of eBook Library.

  • Page 52: Synchronizing Content In Library With The Reader

    Importing and Transferring Content Synchronizing content in Library with the Reader You can synchronize content in eBook Library with the Reader by specifying a folder (such as “Library” or the sub- items under “Library”). The Reader will be automatically updated to match the content in eBook 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 ( eBook Library starts and synchronizes content in the Library with the Reader automatically. Notes  If eBook Library does not start automatically, start it manually by double-clicking the desktop icon.

  • Page 54: Reading Books

    Reading Books Reading Books Follow the steps below to find books transferred from your computer. Note  If you perform an invalid operation, screen.  In the Home menu, tap Home menu Hints  If you want to continue reading from the last displayed page, tap (“Continue Reading”) in the Home menu.

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    Reading Books  Tap the desired book on the list. Back icon “Books” list Hints  If more than 10 books are stored, the index bar appears on the right side of the list. The books are stored alphabetically. If your desired book is not displayed in the list, drag the index bar until the book appears or tap the first letter of the book title in the index bar.

  • Page 56: Using The Option Menu Of The Book List

    Reading Books To return to the “Books” list Press the OPTIONS button to display the Option menu, and tap “Return to List.” Using the Option menu of the book list In the book list, press the OPTIONS button to open the Option menu.

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    Reading Books Option item Description/Reference page Orientation Switches the screen orientation (vertical/ horizontal) ( To close the Option menu Tap , or press the OPTIONS button. Hint  You can display the Option menu of the “Collections” folder list by pressing the OPTIONS button.

  • Page 58: Sorting A List

    Reading Books Sorting a list You can sort the lists of books, collections, notes, audio files and pictures. Here the instructions to sort the “Books” list are given as an example. You can sort the list by title, author, or transferred date.

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    Reading Books  About the index bar and scroll bar If more than 10 items are stored in a list, the index bar or scroll bar appears on the right side of the list. You can use them to search for an item that does not appear on the current page.

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    Reading Books Index bar with icons This bar appears when you sort the “All Notes” or “Notes” list “by Type.” Respective icons on the bar represent the type of note. Tap the desired note type to find it. For details about the icons displayed on the bar, refer to “Searching notes”...

  • Page 61: Switching The List Display Format

    Reading Books Switching the list display format You can choose to display the list format in either “List” or “Thumbnail” view. In the Option menu, tap “Thumbnail” of “View” to switch the list display format. “List” (default) When you change the list display format, the “Audio” list and the “Pictures”...

  • Page 62: Searching For A Book With A Keyword

    Reading Books Searching for a book with a keyword Using the on-screen keyboard, you can search for a desired book, note or word from the Option menus. Here the instruction to search the “Books” list for a book is given as an example. You can search for a book by entering the book title or author.

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    Reading Books  Tap “Search.” The “Search Results” list appears. Books including the input word in their titles/authors are displayed. “Search Results” list  Tap the desired book. The book page appears. To close the Search Results list (Back). Hints  You can perform other search operations in the same manner as above after selecting “Search”...

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    Reading Books Search target and criteria Search target and criteria (metadata) vary depending on the type of Option menu as follows: Option menu type “Books” list Book list in the “Collections” folder “Collections” folder list “All Notes” list “Notes” list Home menu Book page Search target...

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    Reading Books  How to use the on-screen keyboard The Reader provides “United States,” “United Kingdom,” “French,” “German” and “Dutch” keyboards. When you set the language in the “Menu Language” screen for the first time, the keyboard type is automatically set depending on the language set.

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    Reading Books  To input symbols, tap “Symbols” to display the symbol keyboard. You can also tap “@#$” to display another type of symbol keyboard.  To return to the alphabet keyboard, tap “Abc.”  To give a line feed, tap the “Return” key. (The “Return” key is only available in the Comment editor and Text memo editor ( and 123).

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    Reading Books Characters available from the pop-up window If you tap and hold a character key, optional characters will pop up, from which you can select the desired one. Characters selectable from the pop-up window are as follows: Character key Selectable characters Continued...

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    Reading Books Character key Selectable characters Continued...

  • Page 69: Operations On The Book Page

    Reading Books Operations on the book page On the book page screen, you can perform the following operations. Size indicator Note  When the text on an EPUB file is magnified, the page number of some divided sections may be displayed as “3-4,” for example, which implies that you are viewing a section between page 3 and Current page number/ Total page number...

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    Reading Books Turning a page Drag on the touch screen.  To go back to the previous page, drag on the page the opposite direction or press the < (Page Turn) button.  Turning pages repeatedly Hold on the touch screen after dragging, or press and hold the <...

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    Reading Books Tapping operations  Double-tapping on the top right corner of a book page You can add/remove a bookmark ( page 94). Bookmark Continued...

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    Reading Books  Tapping the page number at the bottom of the screen You can jump to the desired page from the Page Jump panel ( page 86). Page Jump panel Continued...

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    Reading Books  Double-tapping a word You can highlight ( up the word ( page  Double-tapping and dragging the consecutive words You can highlight ( words from the pop-up menu ( page 99), search ( 76) from the pop-up menu. page 99) or search the consecutive page...

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    Reading Books  Tapping a bookmark or a highlighted word(s) You can add a comment by text/handwriting to the tapped bookmark/highlighted word(s), or edit the comment from the displayed menu ( page 104). Highlighted word Example: Tapping a highlighted word Continued...

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    Reading Books To use the links of eBooks files on the Reader You can use the links on a BBeB, PDF or EPUB file. The link appears highlighted on the screen. Tap to jump to the linked page. Hint  If you want to return to the previous page after you jumped to the linked page, press the OPTIONS button to display the Option menu, and then tap “History”...

  • Page 76: Using The Useful Features

    Reading Books Using the Useful Features You can use the various features to enhance readability. Embedded dictionaries You can look up words using the English dictionaries incorporated in the Reader. Notes  Only English dictionaries (“New Oxford American Dictionary” and “Oxford Dictionary of English”) are available.

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    Reading Books  In the book page, double-tap the desired word. The pop-up menu appears, in which the headline of the word definition is displayed. (Dictionary)  (Dictionary). The definition is fully displayed in the dictionary viewer. Dictionary viewer Hints  You can turn the dictionary pages by dragging the definition area or pressing the <...

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    Reading Books To close the dictionary viewer Tap . Looking up other words You can view a list of words found by the same keyword and select a headword to read its detailed definition.  In the dictionary viewer, tap The lookup result screen with the on-screen keyboard appears.

  • Page 79: Adjusting The Text Size

    Reading Books Note  When using the embedded dictionary, you cannot input alphabet with umlaut or accent. The tap and hold operation on the on-screen keyboard is not available. Adjusting the text size You can adjust the text size using the size menu. Select from 5 different text sizes (S, M, L, XL or XXL).

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    Reading Books  Tap “M,” “L,” “XL” or “XXL.” The text size is changed, and the text and layout of the book page are adjusted automatically to fit the screen size. The selected size is indicated at the bottom of the screen.

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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, drag the page or press the <  When viewing a PDF file in S size, you can magnify the text size by switching the screen orientation to “Horizontal.”...

  • Page 82: Zooming In/out

    Reading Books Zooming in/out The book page enters zoom mode by tapping “ on the size menu (  In the book page, press the “ Zoom In.” The Zoom bar appears.  Drag the slider, or tap + or – of the Zoom bar repeatedly until the page is zoomed to the desired scale.

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    Reading Books To scroll a magnified page When the book page is zoomed in, / / / appear at the edges of the screen. You can display the edge of the page by tapping / / / . You can also scroll the page by dragging it. To exit the Zoom mode Tap , or press the (Size) button.

  • Page 84: Using The Option Menu Of The Book Page

    Reading Books Using the Option menu of the book page Press the OPTIONS button to open the Option menu of the book page. The Option menu consists of 2 pages and includes various useful features. (“Now Playing” appears only while a track is playing.) 1st page Option item Description/Reference page...

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    Reading Books Option item Description/Reference page Return to List Closes the book and goes back to the list from which you opened the book. Delete Book Deletes a book ( Info Displays the book information ( Now Playing Goes to the audio Playback screen ( Orientation Switches the screen orientation (vertical/ horizontal) (...

  • Page 86: Jumping To Pages ("go To Page")

    Reading Books Jumping to pages (“Go to Page”) You can jump to pages using the Page Jump panel. There are two ways to perform the operation: – Using the Page Jump bar. – Specifying the page number (  To jump to pages using the Page Jump bar ...

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    Reading Books  Drag the slider, or tap a point on the Page Jump bar. The page is displayed based on the slider position in the Page Jump bar. Slider To close the Page Jump panel Tap  or the page number at the bottom of the screen, or press the OPTIONS button.

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    Reading Books  Tap the number key to input the page number. The input number is displayed in the input area. To delete the number, tap the  (Backspace) key. Hint  Up to 11-digit number can be input.  Tap “Go.”...

  • Page 89: Going Back To Previously Displayed Pages ("history")

    Reading Books Going back to previously displayed pages (“History”) You can go back to previously displayed pages.  In the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then tap “History.” The History Jump icons appear.  (Previous View)   (Previous View). The previously displayed page appears.

  • Page 90: Searching A Book For Keywords ("search")

    Reading Books Searching a book for keywords (“Search”) You can search for keywords by using the on-screen keyboard ( page 65). There are two ways to search for a keyword: – Double-tapping a word in the book page of the book. –...

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    Reading Books  (Search). The search result page containing the input word(s) appears. The results are highlighted on the page. Search result page  Tap  (Next Search) to skip to the next page that contains the input word(s). The next page containing the input word(s) appears. To return to the previous page containing your input word(s), tap ...

  • Page 92

    Reading Books  To search from the Option menu  In the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then tap “Search.” The on-screen keyboard appears.  Input a word using the on-screen keyboard ( 65), then tap “Search”. The search result page containing the input word appears.

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    Reading Books  Tap  (Next Search) to skip to the next page that contains the input word(s). The next page containing the input word(s) appears. To return to the previous page containing your input word(s), tap  To exit the search result page Tap .

  • Page 94: Creating A Bookmark On A Book Page ("create/edit Notes")

    Reading Books Creating a bookmark on a book page (“Create/ Edit Notes”) You can create a bookmark on a book page for your future reference. There are two ways to perform the operation: – Double-tapping a page. – Using the Option menu ( ...

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    Reading Books  To create a bookmark from the Option menu  In the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then tap “Create/Edit Notes.” The tool bar appears. Tool bar Continued...

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    Reading Books  (Bookmark). The upper right corner of the page is shown as folded, and the color of (Bookmark) Hint  To delete the bookmark, tap To close the tool bar Tap . Hints  You can add a comment to a bookmark. For details, refer to “Adding a comment to a bookmark or highlight”...

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    Reading Books Notes  When you delete a bookmark with a comment, the comment will also be removed. Tap “Yes” in the confirmation message to delete both the bookmark and the comment.  By adjusting the text size, the displayed bookmark on the adjusted page may contain a variety of bookmark information.

  • Page 98: Highlighting A Word(s) ("create/edit Notes")

    Reading Books Highlighting a word(s) (“Create/Edit Notes”) You can highlight a word(s) on a book page. There are two ways to perform the operation: – Double-tapping a word in the book page of the book. – Using the Option menu ( Hints  You can add a comment to a highlight.

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    Reading Books  To highlight a word(s) by double-tapping  In the book page, double-tap the desired word, then (Highlight). The word is highlighted. (Highlight) Hints  To highlight consecutive words or multiple lines, double-tap the first word and drag across the desired portion, then tap (Highlight).

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    Reading Books  To highlight a word(s) from the Option menu  In the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then tap “Create/Edit Notes” The color of highlighting function becomes available.  Drag across the word(s) on the book page. The word(s) is highlighted.

  • Page 101

    Reading Books Notes  Once you tap active until you tap another item in the tool bar.  While an item on the tool bar is active, you cannot select a word by double-tapping. While no item is active, you can select the word, but cannot display the pop-up menu.

  • Page 102: Marking Up A Book Page By Handwriting ("create/edit Notes")

    Reading Books Marking up a book page by handwriting (“Create/Edit Notes”) You can freely mark up a book page using the supplied stylus or a finger.  In the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then tap “Create/Edit Notes” The color of function becomes available.

  • Page 103

    Reading Books Note  During the markup operation, the current page is saved by performing the operations, such as pressing a button, closing a book.  To display a marked page You can display a marked page from the “All Notes” list ( page 26) and the “Notes”...

  • Page 104: Adding A Comment To A Bookmark Or Highlight

    Reading Books Adding a comment to a bookmark or highlight You can add a comment to a bookmark or highlighted word. There are two ways to perform the operation: – “by Drawing” – “by Keyboard” ( page Note  If the tool bar is displayed and if any of (Pen) or (Eraser) has been already selected, unselect by tapping it and tap either the highlighted word(s) or the bookmark to...

  • Page 105

    Reading Books  Tap “by Drawing.” The Comment editor with the freehand tool bar appears. Comment editor  Draw freely in the drawing area. Lines are drawn as you drag on the touch screen. Note  The handwritten comment cannot have multiple pages. Hint  To erase the line, tap line.

  • Page 106

    Reading Books  Adding a comment using the on-screen keyboard  In the book page, tap the desired bookmark or highlighted word. The Method menu appears. Method menu  Tap “by Keyboard.” The Comment editor with the on-screen keyboard appears. Comment editor Close icon Input area...

  • Page 107

    Reading Books  Enter your comment using the on-screen keyboard page 65). Hints  Up to 2048 characters can be input in a comment.  The on-screen keyboard in the Comment editor has a “Return” key. You can provide a line feed using this key. ...

  • Page 108

    Reading Books  To view a comment Tap a bookmark or highlight with The Comment viewer appears. Comment viewer Hint  You can also view a comment from the “Notes” list ( Note  When you tap a highlighted word(s) with a hyperlink, the Comment editor ( page 105, 106) or the Comment viewer (...

  • Page 109: Selecting A Note ("create/edit Notes")

    Reading Books Selecting a note (“Create/Edit Notes”) You can display the “Notes” list by tapping “ tool bar. The “Notes” list includes all the notes of the currently viewed book. You can jump to a page by tapping an item in the list. Hint  You can search the “Notes”...

  • Page 110

    Reading Books Hints  You can also create notes (excluding markups and handwritten comments) in eBook Library. In eBook Library, you can set to merge the notes of the Reader and eBook Library while synchronizing. When merging the notes, any inconsistent note for the same word will be replaced with the latest note.

  • Page 111: Using The Option Menu Of The "notes" List

    Reading Books Using the Option menu of the “Notes” List Press the OPTIONS button to open the Option menu. (“Now Playing” appears only while a track is playing.) Option menu Option item Sort Search Delete Notes Now Playing Orientation To close the Option menu Tap , or press the OPTIONS button.

  • Page 112: Hiding Notes ("hide Notes")

    Reading Books Hiding notes (“Hide Notes”) Notes, such as bookmarks, highlights and markups in a book can be hidden/shown from the Option menu of a book page.  In the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then tap “Hide Notes.” All bookmarks, highlights, and markups within a book are tentatively hidden.

  • Page 113: Displaying Book Information ("info")

    Reading Books Displaying book information (“Info”) You can check book information, such as title, author, book cover thumbnail and etc.  In the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then to display the second page of the Option menu, and tap “Info.” The book information appears.

  • Page 114: Switching Screen Orientation (vertical/horizontal) ("orientation")

    Reading Books Items Description Expiration This field is only displayed when a book with DRM date and an expiration date is selected. (PDF and EPUB file only) Switching screen orientation (vertical/ horizontal) (“Orientation”) In the Option menu, you can switch the screen orientation from vertical to horizontal or vice versa.

  • Page 115

    Reading Books  About screen division when screen orientation is set to horizontal When set to horizontal, the book page is divided into 2 parts (upper and lower). To display the lower part, drag the page horizontally or press the Displaying upper half Position indicator >...

  • Page 116: Creating Drawings And Text Memos

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos Creating Drawings and Text Memos You can create either a handwritten drawing or a text memo independent of any book stored in the Reader. Note  If you perform an invalid operation, appears at the bottom of the screen.

  • Page 117

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos Hint  When more than 8 drawings are stored, the scroll bar appears on the right side of the list. You can display the next page of the list by scrolling the bar, or pressing the button.

  • Page 118

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos  Start to draw in the drawing area. Drawing editor Hint  To erase a line, tap  Tap “Done” to save the drawing. Note  Make sure to tap “Done” when you wish to save the drawing. If you tap , the confirmation screen appears.

  • Page 119

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos How to use the drawing editor (Eraser) (Pen) Drawing editor  To draw With (Pen) selected, drag on the screen with the supplied stylus or your finger.  To erase a drawing (Eraser), stroke across the drawing thoroughly. To erase only a line, tap any point on the line.

  • Page 120

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos To close the drawing editor To save and close the current drawing, tap “Done.” To close without saving the drawing, tap , then “Yes” in the confirmation screen. Tap “No” to cancel the operation. To view a drawing In the “Handwriting”...

  • Page 121: Creating A Text Memo

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos  To edit a drawing In the drawing viewer, tap “Edit” to display the tool bar. Edit the drawing in the same manner as you drew it ( 119).  To delete a drawing With the drawing viewer open, press the OPTIONS button. Tap “Delete Drawing”...

  • Page 122

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos Hints  When more than 9 text memos are stored, the scroll bar appears on the right side of the list. You can display the next page of the list by scrolling the bar, or pressing the Turn) button.

  • Page 123

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos  Enter text on the input area using the on-screen keyboard ( page Text memo editor Hint  The on-screen keyboard in the Text memo editor has a “Return” key. You can provide a line feed using this key. ...

  • Page 124

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos To view a text memo In the “Text memo” list, tap the desired text memo. Press the < > (Page Turn) buttons or drag on the touch screen to display the previous/next text memo. Current text memo number of total Text memo viewer...

  • Page 125: Using The Option Menu Of The Handwriting And Text Memo Lists

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos Using the Option menu of the Handwriting and Text Memo lists Press the OPTIONS button to open the Option menu. (“Now Playing” appears only while a track is playing.) Option menu of the “Handwriting” list Option item Now Playing Orientation...

  • Page 126

    Creating Drawings and Text Memos Option menus of the drawing and text memo viewers Option menu of the drawing viewer Option item Delete Drawing/Delete Memo Now Playing Orientation To close the Option menu Tap , or press the OPTIONS button. Option menu of the text memo viewer Description/Reference page...

  • Page 127: Playing Audio Files

    Playing Audio Files Playing Audio Files Playing audio files transferred from your computer You can play back MP3 and AAC files (unsecured) on the Reader. You can also read books while listening to an audio file ( page 129). When listening to audio files, connect the optional headphones to the headphone jack.

  • Page 128

    Playing Audio Files Hints  The content on the memory card also appears in the “Audio” list.  When more than 10 tracks are stored, the index bar appears on the right side of the list. You can display the next page of the list by scrolling the bar, or pressing the button.

  • Page 129

    Playing Audio Files To close the Playback screen Press the OPTIONS button to display the Option menu, and tap “Return to List.” Hints  You can read a book while playing tracks. To do so, play the track before you begin to read a book.  You can display the Option menu of “Audio”...

  • Page 130: Operations On The Playback Screen

    Playing Audio Files Operations on the Playback screen On the Playback screen, you can perform the following operations. Picture area Track name Artist name Album name Playback progress bar (stop)/(play) The play mode icons appear while tracks are playing in shuffle play or repeat play ( page Button/Gesture...

  • Page 131: Using The Option Menu Of Audio

    Playing Audio Files Using the Option menu of Audio Press the OPTIONS button to open the Option menu. (“Now Playing” appears only while a track is playing.) Option menu of the “Audio” list Option item Sort View Now Playing Orientation To close the Option menu Tap , or press the OPTIONS button.

  • Page 132

    Playing Audio Files Option menu of the Playback screen Option item Repeat Shuffle Off/ Shuffle On Continue Reading Return to List Orientation To close the Option menu Tap , or press the OPTIONS button. Description/Reference page Off (default setting): Stops playback after playing all tracks.

  • Page 133: Viewing Pictures

    Viewing Pictures Viewing Pictures Viewing pictures transferred from your computer You can view BMP/JPEG/GIF/PNG files on the Reader. Note  If you perform an invalid operation, appears at the bottom of the screen.  In the Home menu, tap (“More”) (“Pictures”).

  • Page 134

    Viewing Pictures Hints  The content on the memory card also appears in the “Pictures” list.  When more than 10 pictures are stored, the index bar appears on the right side of the list. You can display the next page of the list by scrolling the bar, or pressing the button.

  • Page 135: Operations On The Picture Viewer

    Viewing Pictures Hints  The Size menu of the Picture viewer can be displayed by pressing (Size) button. In the Size menu, you can zoom in/out a picture ( page 82).  You can display the Option menu of “Pictures” by pressing the OPTIONS button (  To increase the resolution of landscape pictures, view them in horizontal mode (...

  • Page 136

    Viewing Pictures To zoom in/out a picture You can zoom in/out a picture. On the Picture viewer, press (Size) button to display the Zoom bar. For details about using the Zoom bar and scrolling the magnified picture, refer to “Zooming in/out” ( ...

  • Page 137: Using The Option Menu Of Pictures

    Viewing Pictures Using the Option menu of Pictures Press the OPTIONS button to open the Option menu. (“Now Playing” appears only while a track is playing.) Option menu of the “Pictures” list Option item Sort View Now Playing Orientation To close the Option menu Tap , or press the OPTIONS button.

  • Page 138

    Viewing Pictures Option menu of the Picture Viewer Option item Slideshow On/Off Return to List Now Playing Orientation Note  Even when the “Slideshow” setting in the “Settings” menu is set to “Off,” you can start a slideshow by selecting “Slideshow On” in the Option menu of the Picture Viewer.

  • Page 139: Changing Settings

    Settings Changing Settings You can configure various settings in the “Settings” menu. Note  If you perform an invalid operation, screen.  In the Home menu, tap Home menu Hint  You can place Home Menu” ( appears at the bottom of the (“More”) (“Settings”) in the Home menu in “Customize page...

  • Page 140

    Settings  In the “Settings” menu, select the setting item you want to change.  Illustrations below show the “Date and Time” setting. “Settings” menu  Tap the desired part or field to change the setting. To input a number, tap the numeric key. “Date and Time”...

  • Page 141: Settings Menu Items

    Settings Settings menu items In the “Settings” menu, you can configure the following settings. Setting item Date and Time Date and Time Format Description Sets date and time displayed on the Reader. To input the value, tap the numeric key. Hint  When you connect the Reader to your computer with eBook Library open, the date...

  • Page 142

    Settings Setting item Power Management Description Activates or deactivates the Power Management. On (default setting):  After 60 minutes of inactivity, the Reader enters sleep mode automatically while the battery power is consumed slightly.  After 5 days of inactivity, the Reader automatically shuts down and stops consuming the battery power.

  • Page 143

    Settings Setting item Page Turn Gesture Slideshow Description Changes the drag direction to turn pages.  (default setting): Proceeds to the next page by dragging from left to right on the touch screen. : Proceeds to the next page by dragging from right to left on the touch screen.

  • Page 144

    Settings Setting item Menu Language Sets the language of the displayed menu Advanced Settings Description or messages. Available languages: “English,” “Français,” “Deutsch,” “Nederlands” Hints  When you turn on the Reader for the first time or after restoring the default settings ( page 163), you are required to set the language in the initial setting.

  • Page 145

    Settings Setting item About Restore Defaults Refer to “Restoring default settings” To cancel the operation (Back). Description Displays the firmware version of the Reader, the product name, license information, etc. page 163) . Continued...

  • Page 146: Advanced Settings Menu Items

    Notes  You are recommended to make a note of your password and keep it in a safe place separate from the Reader. If you forget your password, contact your Sony Support page 152); however note that in Center ( unlocking your device, all content on it will be erased.

  • Page 147

    Settings Setting item Calibrate Touch Screen Keyboard Description Lets you calibrate the touch screen by following the on-screen instructions. Sets the country whose standard keyboard arrangement is employed for the on-screen keyboard. Available keyboards: “United States,” “United Kingdom,” “French,” “German,” “Dutch”...

  • Page 148

    Settings Setting item Dictionary Customize Home Menu Clear Keyboard History Description Sets the dictionary used. The type of dictionary is automatically set according to the keyboard that you set in the initial setting. Available dictionaries: “New Oxford American Dictionary,” “Oxford Dictionary of English,”...

  • Page 149

    Settings Setting item Format Memory Device Shutdown Shuts down the Reader to minimize To cancel the operation (Back). Description Formats the internal memory of the Reader or memory card. Formatting will erase all the contents. “Internal Memory”: Formats the internal memory.

  • Page 150: 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 the tip of the supplied stylus, or a small pin or clip, then slide the POWER switch to turn on the Reader.

  • Page 151

    Troubleshooting Notes  If you reset the Reader and connect it to your computer without turning it on, the Reader is not recognized by your computer, and Reader. Make sure to turn on the Reader before the connection.  The bookmarks, highlights, markups, or the setting information may be deleted by resetting.

  • Page 152

    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 153

     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.

  • Page 154

    Troubleshooting Power (continued) Symptom The Reader cannot be turned on. Cause or corrective action  Moisture condensation may have occurred. Wait for a few hours and then turn on the Reader.  Battery power has been fully depleted. Charge the Reader via USB ( page 13).

  • Page 155

    Troubleshooting Screen Symptom It takes time for the display to appear. The Reader authorization/ deauthorization is not possible with an eBook store. You cannot select items even if you tap the center of them. The screen is frozen.  Reset the Reader by pressing the Cause or corrective action ...

  • Page 156

    Troubleshooting Reading/playing/viewing contents Symptom A book cannot be read. An audio file cannot be played back. Sound is not output.  Increase the volume if it is set to low. A picture cannot be displayed. Cause or corrective action  A book with copyright protection cannot be read on any device other than the authorized one.

  • Page 157

    Troubleshooting Reading/playing/viewing contents (continued) Symptom “Continue Reading” does not work or the bookmarks are missing. Cause or corrective action  If the file status has changed (such as in the following cases), the data on Continue Reading or notes may be deleted.

  • Page 158

    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 cord from the Reader, and reset it, then reconnect the USB cord.  The Reader is locked. ...

  • Page 159

    Troubleshooting Connection to the computer (continued) Symptom The Reader cannot be recognized. (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.

  • Page 160

    Troubleshooting Connection to the computer (continued) Symptom Content cannot be transferred to the Reader from your computer. There is no response from eBook 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...

  • Page 161

    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 secure eBooks). Authorize your computer and the Reader.  You may have tried to read the content owned by another user.

  • Page 162: Memory Card

    Troubleshooting Memory card Symptom Content on a memory card cannot be read/played/ viewed. Content cannot be transferred to a memory card. A memory card cannot be recognized. Content on a memory card cannot be deleted. Cause or corrective action  Check that the memory card is inserted in the Media slot in the correct direction.

  • Page 163: Restoring Default Settings

    Troubleshooting Restoring default settings You can restore all the default settings of the Reader. The default settings will be restored as shown in the table below: Items Option Sort menu View Orientation Repeat Shuffle Show Notes/Hide Notes Show Notes Default settings Books: by Title Book list in the “Collections”...

  • Page 164

    Troubleshooting Items Settings Power Management menu Page Turn Gesture Slideshow Advanced Settings VOL –/+ Sound volume button  In the Home menu, tap “Restore Defaults.”  The “Restore Defaults” screen appears. If “Device Lock” ( asking for the password appears. Input the password, then tap “OK.”...

  • Page 165

    Troubleshooting  Tap “Yes” to restore default settings. To cancel the operation, tap  Follow the on-screen instructions to set the initial settings ( page (Back). 10).

  • Page 166: Uninstalling Ebook Library

    Click “Start” – “Control Panel.”  Double-click “Add/Remove Programs.” *  Click “eBook 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 167: Other Information

    Library from “Help” – “Check for Updates.” For details on updates, refer to the eBook 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 168: About Books Pre-installed On The Reader

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

  • Page 169: Notes On Reader Disposal

    Other Information Notes on Reader Disposal The built-in rechargeable battery of the Reader is recyclable. Do not remove the battery yourself, consult Sony Support Center ( page 152)

  • Page 170: 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 171

    Other Information Disposal of waste batteries (applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This symbol on the battery or on the packaging indicates that the battery provided with this product shall not be treated as household waste. On certain batteries this symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol.

  • Page 172

    Notice for customers: the following information is only applicable to equipment sold in countries applying EU directives 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 173

    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 174

    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 175: 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 176: On Heat Build-up

    Other Information On heat build-up Heat may build up in the Reader while charging, or if it is used for an extended period of time. On the headphones Road safety Do not use headphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas.

  • Page 177: Note On Use

    Other Information Note on use  Replacement or repair of the touch screen if broken or scratched during use is not covered by the warranty.  Do not drop or submit the Reader to excessive shock.  Never subject the Reader to extremes of light, temperature, moisture or vibration.

  • Page 178

    Other Information  Do not use the stylus if it is damaged or deformed.  Depending on the types of the text and characters, the text shown on the Reader may not be displayed properly on device. This is due to: –...

  • Page 179: Notes On Memory Cards

    Other Information Notes on memory cards  About “Memory Stick Duo” Memory Card “Memory Stick Duo” Memory Card is a high-capacity compact IC recording media. Not only can you exchange data among “Memory Stick Duo” Memory Card compatible devices, but also you can use as an external removable data storage.

  • Page 180

     Do not disassemble or modify a memory card.  Do not allow a memory card to get wet.  Avoid the following to prevent data damage. Sony does not provide any guarantee for damaged data. − Remove a memory card or turn off the Reader while reading or writing data.

  • Page 181: 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 182: 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 183: On Copyrights

    Sony’s permission except for personal use.  SONY and the SONY logo are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.  BBeB, BBeB Book, and their logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

  • Page 184: 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 185

    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 186: Specifications

    Other Information Specifications Model name PRS-600 Power source Built-in rechargeable battery: DC 3.7 V AC adapter: DC 5.2 V Battery life (continuous playback) Maximum Battery: Approx. 7,500 continuous page turns when reading only * * Measured using a fully charged battery and counting consecutive BBeB Book and ePub format page-turns at approx 1 page per sec.

  • Page 187: System Requirements

    Other Information System requirements The following are requirements to use eBook Library. Windows Vista Home Basic with Service Pack 1 or later Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 or later Windows Vista Windows Vista Business with Service Pack 1 or later Windows Vista Ultimate with Service Pack 1 or later Microsoft Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 2 or later...

  • Page 188: Index

    Other Information Index Symbols (“Continue Reading”) ...54 (“Books”) ...54 (“All Notes”) ...27 (“Collections”) ...30 (“Text Memo”) ...121 (“Handwriting”) ...116 (“More”)...24 (“Audio”)...127 (“Pictures”) ...133 (“Settings”) ...139 (Home) button ...6 (Size) button ...7, 79 < >(Page Turn) buttons ...6 (Expiration) ...55 Advanced Settings ...146 Calibrate Touch Screen ...147 Clear Keyboard History ...148 Customize Home Menu ...148...

  • Page 189

    Other Information Headphone jack ...7 Highlight ...98 Hole for hand strap ...8 Holes for cover attachment ...8 Home menu ...24 Horizontal ...114 Import ...41 Information ...113 Link ...75 Markup ...102 Media slot ...8, 33 “Memory Stick Duo” slot ...8 SD Memory Card slot ...8 Memory Card ...33 “Memory Stick”...

  • Page 190

    Other Information SD Memory Card ...33, 179 Search ...29, 56, 62, 84, 90, 111 Setting ...139 About...145 Date and Time...141 Date and Time Format ...141 Menu Language ...144 Page Turn Gesture ...143 Power Management ...142 Restore Defaults ...145 Slideshow ...143 Slideshow ...138 Sort ...29, 56, 111, 131, 137 Stylus ...8, 9, 150...

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