The Kindle 3 compares very well with the Sony 600 since the latter’s touch screen affects readability. The Sony 650 is supposed to fix that problem and Kindle 3 vs Sony 650 ought to be a much fairer fight.
Kindle 3 vs Sony 600 – The Photos
Well, let’s start with a classic -
Here we have a photo of Kindle 3 vs Sony 600 up close -
Here’s one with images (it’s not very fair but it’ll have to do) -
Kindle 3 vs Sony 600 at Various Font Sizes
First, let’s compare them at their largest font sizes -
Next, a close-up photo of them at their largest font sizes -
Then, a Kindle 3, Sony 600 comparison using medium font sizes -
After that, a comparison of the Kindle 3 and Sony 600 at the tiniest font sizes for each -
Hopefully these photos gave you a good idea of how the Kindle 3 and the Sony 600 (Sony Reader Touch Edition) compare against each other. Please let me know if you’d like any specific photos (like the two of them dancing a tango on a bridge).
The Sony Reader 600 suffers from a lot of glare and loss of readability due to a touch layer being laid over the eInk screen. Add on that the Kindle 3 has the latest generation eInk Pearl screen and it’s a rather unfair comparison. The new Sony 600 is supposed to arrive with -
- Definitely - A touch layer that is below the eInk and thus doesn’t obstruct the readability.
- Presumably – The new eInk Pearl screen.
That will make Kindle 3 vs Sony 650 a very delicious contest and a fair one.