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Thinner, smaller and lighter than most magazines, the Reader Touch Edition lets you access up to 350 (or more with memory expansion card slots) of your favorite books from anywhere. The intuitive 6" touchscreen display makes navigation a breeze, letting you turn pages with the swipe of a finger. An included stylus offers freehand highlighting and annotation. With support for multiple file formats including ePub and PDF, you can enjoy books from more places, including over one million eBooks... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony PRS-600 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|StefanClausen||10:57am on Friday, October 22nd, 2010|
|PRS 600 does not, unfortunately, charge from ... Affordable, accepts multiple formats and expandable Awkward software and charging I have had the ebookwise ereader for over 5 y... Metal case, slick look, battery life, external memory, touch screen, multiple formats. Bought it hoping I could read my pdf books on... Ability to take notes,long battery life.|
|ericg||1:22pm on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|My friend has a Kindle and I was going to buy one after trying out his, but then I found Sony PRS-600. Sony has a much better look, sturdy feeling.|
|Alexng||1:23pm on Friday, June 11th, 2010|
|Really like this reader. The screen is big enough and fonts available make it very readable to all. Overall this is an awesome product. The additional functions of the memo pad, draw pad, music and pictures set it apart from the nook and kindle. Overall this is an awesome product. The additional functions of the memo pad, draw pad, music and pictures set it apart from the nook and kindle.|
|oooer||11:49am on Thursday, June 10th, 2010|
|Great eReader I played with all of them and this is the one that can take a beating and come back for more. Another plus is the memory card slot.|
|cclay1358||6:22am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|Love It I love my Sony Reader! The battery life could be longer from what I read online but the wall charger is great. great product and seller Product is great! Having problems with books downloading from my computer onto the e-reader, otherwise no complaints.|
|GrueMaster||3:28am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|"The setup is idiot proof, the E-Reader program is loaded on the device, plug in the USB and install the program. "A wonderful sized, sleek tablet that will fit into any purse or carry-on item has opened a whole new way of reading. "I love this item immensely! It is easy to use, light.|
|davey||3:05am on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|I love reading, but hate carrying books around. This eReader is awesome! I would love to have another one for my daughter. Durable","Easy Controls|
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Users Guide PRS-600
Digital Book Reader
2009 Sony Corporation 4-153-621-12(1)
Table of Contents
What You Can Do with the Reader.. 5
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... 17. How to Use the Touch Screen.. 18 How to Use the Home Menu... 22 About the Home menu...24. Inserting a Memory Card... 33
Importing and Transferring Content
Importing Content.. 37 Authorizing the Reader and your computer..37 Downloading eBooks from eBook store..40 Importing content to eBook Library..41 Transferring Content... 44 Transferring content to the Reader...44 Transferring content via a memory card..48 Synchronizing content in Library with the Reader..52
Reading Books... 54. Using the Option menu of the book list..56. Sorting a list....58
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 Creating a bookmark on a book page (Create/Edit Notes)...94 Highlighting a word(s) (Create/Edit Notes)..98 Marking up a book page by handwriting (Create/Edit Notes)...102 Adding a comment to a bookmark or highlight..104. Selecting a note (Create/Edit Notes)..109 Using the Option menu of the Notes List..111 Hiding notes (Hide Notes)...112 Deleting a book (Delete Book)..112 Displaying book information (Info)..113 Switching screen orientation (vertical/horizontal) (Orientation)...114
Creating Drawings and Text Memos
Creating Drawings and Text Memos.. 116 Drawing by handwriting...116 Creating a text memo...121 Using the Option menu of the Handwriting and Text Memo lists....125
Playing Audio Files
Playing Audio Files... 127.
Playing audio files transferred from your computer.127 Using the Option menu of Audio...131.
Viewing Pictures.. 133 Viewing pictures transferred from your computer..133 Using the Option menu of Pictures..137
Changing Settings... 139. Settings menu items...141 Advanced Settings menu items..146
Troubleshooting... 150. Restoring default settings...163 Uninstalling eBook Library.. 166
Updating the Reader Device Software.. 167 About Books Pre-installed on the Reader.. 168 Notes on Reader Disposal.. 169 Precautions... 170 On safety...175 On heat build-up..176 On the headphones..176 Note on use...177 Notes on memory cards..179 On software...181 On Cleaning... 182 On Copyrights... 183 About GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE..184. Specifications... 186. Index... 188
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. Downloaded eBooks 1
Transferring eBooks/Audio/ Picture file to the Reader
*1 Online eBook store. An Internet connection is required. *2 Books/Personal Documents/Audio/Picture files that you already have
Getting Started Importing
Charge the Reader, then install eBook Library.
Downloaded eBooks from eBook store.
Transfer content from your computer to the Reader Enjoy content on the using eBook Library. Reader.
Parts and Controls
The touch screen gives you simple access to the various functions on the Reader ( page 18).
> (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 ( page 19). page 24).
(Home) button Displays the Home menu (
(Size) button Displays the Size menu ( page 79, 136). You can adjust the text size and zoom in/out a page or picture from the Size menu. Displays the Option menu ( page 29, 32, 57, 84, 111, 125, 131, 137). You can use various functions such as creating notes, jumping to a page, etc., from the Option menu.
VOL /+ button
Adjusts the volume ( page 130). To mute the sound, press and hold either edge of the VOL /+ button. To restore the sound, press the VOL /+ button again.
Used to connect headphones (optional) (
page 127). page 13).
Used to connect the USB cable (supplied) (
DC IN jack
Used to connect the AC Adapter for Reader (ACS5220E) (optional).
The Reader can be charged by connecting to a computer using the supplied USB cable.
Resets the Reader if no operation is possible ( 150).
Hole for hand strap
Used to attach the hand strap (optional).
Holes for cover attachment
Used to attach the cover (optional).
Lights up in red while charging, and goes off when charging is complete ( page 14). Flashes in orange when your computer starts accessing the Reader via USB.
Switches the Reader on/off ( page 10). To shut down the Reader, slide and hold for more than 3 seconds ( page 11).
Memory Stick Duo slot
Used to insert a Memory Stick Duo Memory Card (optional) ( page 33).
SD Memory Card slot
Used to insert an SD Memory Card (optional) ( 33).
The stylus enables you to perform drawing or precise operations, such as selecting a word, on the touch screen ( page 9, 18, 150).
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. Pull it out from the top when you use it.
When you put the supplied stylus back into the holder, make sure to insert it fully to the bottom of the holder.
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.
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 or tap the first letter of the book title in the index bar. You can also turn the list page by pressing < > (Page Turn) buttons.
To return to the Home menu Press the (Home) button.
About the Home menu
In the Home menu, frequently used items are arranged by (More). You can 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.
These items can be rearranged in the Advanced Settings menu ( page 31).
Menu item Description
(Continue Reading) (Books) (All Notes)
Displays the page of the last book being read. Displays the Books list ( page 54). Displays a list of all the bookmarks, highlights, and markups created in books within the Reader ( page 26). Refer to page 94 for bookmarks, 98 for highlights and 102 for markups.
Displays the list of collections created by eBook Library ( page 30). Displays items that are not displayed on the Home menu ( page 24). Displays the Handwriting list ( page 116). Displays the Text Memo list ( page 121). Displays the Audio list ( 127). Displays the Pictures list ( page 133). Displays the Settings menu ( page 139). page
(Handwriting)*2 (Text Memo)*2 (Audio)*2 (Pictures)*2 (Settings)*2
*1 Collections can only be created in eBook Library. For details on how to create or transfer a collection, refer to the eBook Library Help. *2 Interchangeable items in Customize Home Menu ( page 31).
Using the Option menu in the Home menu You can display the Option menu by pressing the OPTIONS button. From the Option menu, you can search for a book by title or author ( page 62), display the audio Playback screen ( page 130), or change the screen orientation ( page 114).
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).
*1The displayed items vary depending on the content. *2Hide Notes/Show Notes is displayed only when notes are present in the book.
Using the Page Jump bar. Specifying the page number (
Jumping to pages (Go to Page) You can jump to pages using the Page Jump panel. There are two ways to perform the operation:
To jump to pages using the Page Jump bar
In the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then
tap Go to Page. The Page Jump panel appears.
Enter Page # ( page 87) Page Jump bar Hints
Close icon Page Jump panel
You can also display the Page Jump panel by tapping the page number at the bottom of the screen. or > (Page Turn) button while If you press and hold the < the Page Jump panel is displayed, you can accelerate turning the pages.
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.
To close the Page Jump panel Tap or the page number at the bottom of the screen, or press the OPTIONS button. Jumping directly to a specific page You can jump directly to a page by inputting the page number with the on-screen numeric keyboard.
Tap Enter Page # on the Page Jump panel.
The numeric keyboard appears.
Input area Number Keys (Backspace) key
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.
Up to 11-digit number can be input.
The input page appears.
To close the numeric keyboard Tap , or press the OPTIONS button.
Going back to previously displayed pages (History) You can go back to previously displayed pages.
tap History. The History Jump icons appear.
(Previous View) History Jump icons
(Previous View). The previously displayed page appears. To return to the current page, tap (Next View).
You can also perform the same operation by dragging on the touch screen or pressing < > (Page Turn) buttons while the History Jump icons are displayed. If you tap on the page number, the History Jump icons disappear, and the Page Jump bar appears.
To hide the History Jump icons Tap , or press the OPTIONS button.
Double-tapping a word in the book page of the book. Using the Option menu ( page 92).
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:
To search by double-tapping a word
The pop-up menu appears.
If you display the tool bar from Create/Edit Notes within the Options menu, you cannot display the pop-up menu, but only select the word temporarily by double-tapping on that page. (However, you can search a word by selecting Search from the Option menu.) To cancel the selection, deactivate all the items on the tool bar, then tap any point on that page of the book.
Adding a comment by drawing
In the book page, tap the desired bookmark or
highlighted word. The Method menu appears.
Tap by Drawing.
The Comment editor with the freehand tool bar appears.
Draw freely in the drawing area.
The handwritten comment cannot have multiple pages.
To erase the line, tap line.
(Eraser), then tap any point on the
Tap Done to save the comment.
The Comment editor is closed, and bookmark or the highlight.
is attached to the
Make sure to tap Done when you wish to save the comment. If you tap , the confirmation screen appears.
Adding a comment using the on-screen keyboard
Tap by Keyboard.
The Comment editor with the on-screen keyboard appears.
Input area Close icon On-screen keyboard Comment editor
Enter your comment using the on-screen keyboard
( page 65).
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.
To view a comment Tap a bookmark or highlight with The Comment viewer appears.
on a book page.
Page number of the comment (not displayed for handwritten comment) /: The arrows become available when the comment has multiple pages (not displayed for handwritten comment). To display the previous/next page of the comment, tap /.
You can also view a comment from the Notes list (
When you tap a highlighted word(s) with a hyperlink, the Comment editor ( page 105, 106) or the Comment viewer ( page 108) appears instead of jumping to a page. To enable the hyperlink, hide the highlights using Hide Notes in the Option menu ( page 112), or delete the highlight ( page 99).
To edit a comment Tap Edit in the Comment viewer to display the Comment editor. Edit the comment using the on-screen keyboard ( page 65) or the Comment editor for handwriting. To delete a comment Tap Delete in the Comment viewer. The comment and the bookmark/highlight will be deleted. You can also delete all the notes in a book from the Notes list.
Selecting a note (Create/Edit Notes) You can display the Notes list by tapping Notes in the 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.
You can search the Notes list for a note containing a text comment using the on-screen keyboard ( page 111).
Notes. The list of all the bookmarks, highlights, and markups in the current book appears.
Scroll bar Page number
Indicates type of note (
The page that includes the note is displayed.
To delete all the notes within a book In the Option menu of the Notes list, tap Delete Notes. Tap Yes to delete all the notes in the list.
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.)
Delete Notes Now Playing Orientation
Sorts the list by Page, by Type or by Comment ( page 58). Searches a desired note by keyword ( page 62). Deletes all the bookmarks, highlights, markups and comments within the book. Goes to the audio Playback screen ( page 130). Switches the screen orientation (vertical/horizontal) ( page 114).
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.
tap Hide Notes. All bookmarks, highlights, and markups within a book are tentatively hidden. To show them, in the book page, press the OPTIONS button, then tap Show Notes.
When you select Hide Notes in one book, the other books notes are also hidden.
Deleting a book (Delete Book) You can delete a book on the Reader or memory cards that are inserted into the Reader.
tap to display the second page of the Option menu, and tap Delete Book.
The book is deleted and the screen switches to the book list.
Displaying book information (Info) You can check book information, such as title, author, book cover thumbnail and etc.
tap to display the second page of the Option menu, and tap Info. The book information appears.
Book cover thumbnail Title Author Publisher Category eBook ID Kind Date Size Location
The book cover thumbnail. (BBeB file only)
The book title. The name of author(s). The publisher. (BBeB file only) The book category (BBeB file only) The Book ID. (BBeB file only) The file type. The latest update and creation date. The file size. The memory location where the book is stored. Internal memory: The book is stored on the Reader. Memory Stick/SD Memory Card: The book is stored on a memory card. Path The file path location. Digital Rights This field is only displayed if a book with DRM is 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. Continued 113
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 by pressing the OPTIONS button ( page 131). While a track is playing, the volume indicator appears at the bottom right of the screen.
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) Play mode icon*1 : Shuffle play : Repeat (1 Song) : Repeat (All Songs) Elapsed playback time/ Total time of the current track Volume indicator Slider Current track number/ total track number
*1The play mode icons appear while tracks are playing in shuffle play or repeat play ( page 132). Button/Gesture Operation
Dragging ( page 70) (Page Turn) buttons Playback progress bar
Skips to the previous/next track.
/ VOL /+ button
Rewinds/Fast-forwards the track by dragging the slider or tapping a point of the Playback progress bar. Stops/Restarts the playback.
Mutes on/off by pressing and
Adjusts the volume. holding it.
Using the Option menu of Audio
Option menu of the Audio list
Sort View Now Playing Orientation
Sorts the Audio list by Titleor by Artist ( page 58). Switches the list display format ( page 61). Goes to the audio Playback screen ( page 130). Switches the screen orientation (vertical/horizontal) ( page 114).
Option menu of the Playback screen
Shuffle Off/ Shuffle On Continue Reading Return to List Orientation
Off (default setting): Stops playback after playing all tracks. 1 Song: Plays the current track repeatedly. All Songs: Plays all tracks repeatedly. Plays all tracks in random order. Goes to the book page screen. The last displayed page appears. Closes the Playback screen and displays the Audio list. Switches the screen orientation (vertical/horizontal) ( page 114).
Calibrate Touch Screen Keyboard
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
When you turn on the Reader for the first time or after restoring the default settings ( page 163), the Keyboard setting screen appears only if you select English for Menu Language. (If you select a language other than English, the Keyboard setting is determined according to the language you set.) The setting of Keyboard automatically sets Date and Time Format and Dictionary settings. Once the initial setting is completed, setting Keyboard will not set the Date and Time Format and Dictionary settings automatically.
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, None Hint
At the initial setting, if you select United States for the Keyboard setting, New Oxford American Dictionary is automatically set, while selecting United Kingdom sets Oxford Dictionary of English. For settings other than those above, None is automatically selected.
Customize Home Menu Clear Keyboard History
Refer to To customize the Home menu ( page 31). Deletes the record of all typed words made via the on-screen keyboard. After deleting the record, no word will appear in the Keyboard History area on the onscreen keyboard.
Formats the internal memory of the Reader or memory card. Formatting will erase all the contents. Internal Memory: Formats the internal memory. Memory Stick: Formats the Memory Stick Duo memory card. SD Card: Formats the SD memory card.
Before formatting, make sure to transfer data that you do not want to lose to your computer or other device.
Device Shutdown Shuts down the Reader to minimize battery consumption. Hint
You can also shut down the Reader by sliding the POWER switch and holding it for more than 3 seconds.
After shutdown, the Reader may take a few moments to turn on. If you connect the Reader to your computer after shutdown, the Reader will need to be turned on again.
To cancel the operation Tap (Back).
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. Removing the tip from the supplied stylus Twist the tip until it detached from the supplied stylus. To push the RESET button, use the other end of the tip that is stored in the body. Be sure to attach again after using it.
It takes time for the display to appear.
In a cold place such as outdoors, it may take time for the display to appear. This is due to the display characteristics and not a malfunction. T he Reader authorization/ deauthorization is not possible with eBook stores if Device Lock of the Reader is set to On. Set it to Off, then authorize/deauthorize the Reader.
The Reader authorization/ deauthorization is not possible with an eBook store.
You cannot select C alibrate the touch screen from items even if you tap Calibrate Touch Screen in the the center of them. Advanced Settings menu ( page 147). The screen is frozen. eset the Reader by pressing the R RESET button. Then, slide the POWER switch to activate the Reader again ( page 150).
A book cannot be read.
A book with copyright protection cannot be read on any device other than the authorized one. If the book has an expiration date, confirm whether the book has already expired ( page 55). The Reader is authorized for some different user. Audio files that are not supported by the Reader cannot be played. For details on supported audio files, refer to page 44.
An audio file cannot be played back.
Sound is not output. Increase the volume if it is set to low. If sound is not output through headphones, make sure the headphone plug is firmly inserted in the headphone jack. A picture cannot be Picture files that are not supported displayed. by the Reader cannot be viewed. For details on supported picture files, refer to page 44. A picture of large size may not be displayable, and its file will not appear in the list. Delete the picture file using eBook Library.
Reading/playing/viewing contents (continued)
Continue Reading If the file status has changed (such does not work or the as in the following cases), the data bookmarks are on Continue Reading or notes may missing. be deleted.
A Text/RTF/PDF file is edited. An eBook purchased with an authorized Reader is read on another de-authorized Reader by memory card transfer.
Connection to the computer
The Reader cannot be operated during USB connection. The Reader cannot be recognized.
Disconnect the USB cord from the Reader, and reset it, then reconnect the USB cord. The Reader is locked. The Reader is turned off or the USB cable is not connected properly. Verify the above and try again. A USB hub or USB extension cable is used for the connection. Connection via an extension cable or USB hub is not guaranteed. Connect the USB cable directly to the computer. (indicating connection Verify that via USB) is displayed at the top of the Readers screen. If the Reader still cannot be recognized, disconnect the USB cable from the Reader, then reconnect it after a while. If Device Lock of the Reader is set to On, set it to Off. If the Reader is locked, it will not be recognized by your computer. While the Reader is connected to a computer, do not turn on, restart, wake up from sleep mode, or shut down the computer. These operations may render the Reader unrecognizable by the computer. Disconnect the Reader from the computer before performing these operations.
To cancel the operation, tap settings ( page 10). (Back).
Follow the on-screen instructions to set the initial
Uninstalling eBook Library
To uninstall the supplied software from your computer, follow the procedures below.
Before uninstalling, de-authorize your computer if it is authorized. For details on de-authorization, refer to the eBook Library Help.
Uninstalling from Windows
Click Start Control Panel. Double-click Add/Remove Programs. *1 Click eBook Library by Sony in the Currently
Installed Programs list, then click Remove. *2 Follow the on-screen instructions and restart your computer. The uninstallation is complete when the computer has restarted.
*1 Uninstall a program or Programs and Features in the case of Windows Vista. *2 Uninstall in the case of Windows Vista. Note
For details on how to uninstall eBook Library from Macintosh, refer to the eBook Library Help.
Updating the Reader Device Software
By updating the Reader device software, you can ensure your Reader has the latest features. The latest software updates can be performed from the update menu on eBook 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
About Books Pre-installed on the Reader
The Reader is pre-installed with sample content so that you can try them out right away. 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.
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).
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. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Applicable accessories: Headphones
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. The chemical symbols for mercury (Hg) or lead (Pb) are added if the battery contains more than 0.0005% mercury or 0.004% lead. 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.
In case of products that for safety, performance or data integrity reasons require a permanent connection with an incorporated battery, this battery should be replaced by qualified service staff only. To ensure that the battery will be treated properly, hand over the product at end-of-life to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. For all other batteries, please view the section on how to remove the battery from the product safely. Hand the battery over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of waste batteries.
For more detailed information about recycling of this product or battery, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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. For any service or guarantee matters please refer to the addresses given in separate service or guarantee documents. Owners Record The model and serial numbers are located on the back of the unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. __________________________ Serial No. __________________________
For details on memory cards supported by the Reader, refer to Inserting a Memory Card on page 33.
Notes on handling memory cards When using miniSD Card on the Reader, an adapter (sold separately) is required. The Reader does not comply with the following:
MagicGate standard. copyright protection of SD Memory Cards.
You cannot record or delete data stored in a memory card when its erasure prevention switch is locked.
Keep a memory card in its case when you carry or store it. Do not touch the connector of a memory card with bear hands or metallic objects. Do not bend, drop, or subject a memory card to excessive shock. 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. Operate the Reader in the location where static charge or electrical noise is present.
Do not use a label other than the dedicated one in the label area. Do not use or store the Reader in a location subject:
extreme high temperature, such as in a sun-heated car. direct sunlight. high humidity or places with corrosive substances.
Copyright laws prohibit reproducing the software or the manual accompanying it in whole or in part, or renting the software without the permission of the copyright holder. 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. The software provided with this Reader cannot be used with equipment other than that which is so designated. Please note that, due to continued efforts to improve quality, software specifications may be changed without notice. Operation of this Reader with software other than that provided is not covered by the warranty. The ability to display the languages on your eBook Library will depend on the OS installed on your computer. For better results, please ensure that the installed OS is compatible with the desired language you want to display.
We do not guarantee all the languages will be able to be displayed properly on your eBook Library. User-created characters and some special characters may not be displayed.
Explanations in this manual assume that you are familiar with the basic operations of Windows or Mac OS. For details on the use of your computer and operating system, please refer to the respective manuals.
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (<http://www.openssl.org/>) Copyright 1998-2006 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved. This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft. com). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org). For details on OpenSSL License, refer to openssl.txt on the Reader. All other system names and product names appearing in this document are generally the registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective manufacturers. Further, the trademark TM and registered trademark symbols are not indicated throughout this document. Program 2009 Sony Corporation Documentation 2009 Sony Corporation
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libgcc libstdc++ make MAKEDEV mtd procps uClibc udev USB driver util-linux zlib 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 and LGPL (French).rtf on the Reader.
Model name PRS-600 Power source Built-in rechargeable battery: DC 3.7 V AC adapter: DC 5.2 V USB 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. Actual battery life may vary based on usage patterns and specific device. User available capacity Approx. 380MB Available memory capacity of the Reader may vary. Operating temperature 41 to 95 F (5 to 35 C) Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 4 7/7/8 12/32 inches (121 174.3 9.8 mm) Mass Approx. 10.1 oz (286 g) Optional Accessories AC Adapter for Reader: AC-S5220E
Ver. 1.0 2009.07
US Model Canadian Model UK Model French Model German Model Netherlands Model
Note: Be sure to keep your PC used for service and checking of this unit always updated with the latest version of your anti-virus software. In case a virus affected unit was found during service, contact your Service Headquarters.
SONY and the SONY logo are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. BBeB, BBeB Book, and their logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, and their logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Bitstream is a registered trademark, and Dutch, Font Fusion, and Swiss are trademarks, of Bitstream Inc. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and Windows Media are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and / or other countries. Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Adobe, the Adobe logo, Reader and PDF are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson. This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (<http://www.openssl.org/>) Copyright 1998-2006 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved. This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (email@example.com). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org). For details on OpenSSL License, refer to openssl.txt on the Reader. All other system names and product names appearing in this document are generally the registered trademarks or of their respective manufacturers. Further, the trademark trademarks TM and registered trademark symbols are not indicated throughout this document. Program 2009 Sony Corporation Documentation 2009 Sony Corporation
Power source Built-in rechargeable battery: DC 3.7 V AC adapter: DC 5.2 V USB 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. Actual battery life may vary based on usage patterns and specific device. User available capacity Approx. 380MB Available memory capacity of the Reader may vary. Operating temperature 41 to 95 F (5 to 35 C) Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 4 7/7/8 12/32 inches (121 174.3 9.8 mm) Mass Approx. 10.1 oz (286 g)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT BOARD REPAIRING Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270 C during repairing. Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the circuit board (within 3 times). Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering or unsoldering.
CAUTION Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
DIGITAL BOOK READER
New Mobile Division Published by Sony Techno Create Corporation
PRS-600 SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTES
NOTE THE EACH BOARDS REPAIRING The mount parts on each boards installed in this set cannot exchange with single. When the each boards are damaged, exchange the entire mounted board. NOTE OF REPLACING THE COMPLETE MAIN BOARD OR CHASSIS_ASSY Please do the following work when you exchange complete MAIN board or CHASSIS_ASSY.
Note: INK INDICATOR ELEMENT is included in CHASSIS_ASSY.
Lot number conrm method of Ink Indicator Element The lot number is printed on the bar code label of the exible at cable of INK INDICATOR ELEMENT. In the example of the gure below, the lot number is B526.
VCOM VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT: Refer to page 10. REWRITING THE LUT: Refer to this page.
REWRITING THE LUT As for INK INDICATOR ELEMENT, the parameter that rewrites the screen of each lot number is different. This parameter is called LUT (Look Up Table). When replacing the complete MAIN board or CHASSIS_ASSY (including INK INDICATOR ELEMENT) you need to rewrite the LUT. However, rewriting is not required if the lot number is the same.
Note 1: Conrm the LUT version corresponding to the lot number of Ink Indicator Element and LUT le, and the test mode data to each service headquarters. Note 2: LUT is written in IC705 of the MAIN board. MAIN board
Refer to the following for the conrm method of the LUT version and the method of changing LUT. Conrm method of LUT version Enters the test mode when SD memory card with test mode data is inserted in this set while pressing the [HOME] and [VOL +] buttons. Check the current LUT version displayed at the right side of 8. Update Waveform as in the screen below. The LUT version is 8202191919 in this example.
How to change the LUT: Copy the LUT le you want to update to the folder under /Sony Reader/software/data/ in the SD memory card exclusive for the test mode, and then change the name to lut.bin. Execute test mode 8. Update Waveform. The LUT will be updated in about 10 seconds, and the screen changes into all white. Press the [RESET] button and reboot the set. Enter the test mode again, and conrm LUT version has been updated.
Note 3: To create the SD memory card exclusive for the test mode, refer to TEST MODE (Page 8).
PRS-600 SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY
This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.
Note: Pull out the stylus from the set in advance (Do not lose the stylus).
2-2. CASE_LOWER (Page 3)
2-3. FRAME_LOWER ASSY (Page 4)
2-4. BATTERY ASSY (Page 4)
2-6. FPC (SLOT) ASSY (Page 5)
2-7. ORNAMENT_BOTTOM_ASSY, ORNAMENT_TOP_ASSY (Page 6)
2-5. MAIN BOARD (Page 5)
2-8. CASE_UPPER_ASSY (Page 6)
2-9. CHASSIS_ASSY (Page 7)
Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
3 two claws
3 two claws 3 four claws 1 two screws (M1.4)
3 six claws
touch screen side 4 adhesive sheet (case_lower)
1 four screws (M1.4)
3 frame_lower assy
2 Peel off two places the bonded part of the sheet (copper). Note: Work politely slowly so as not to tear. Exchange it for new frame_lower assy if it tears.
touch screen side
1 screw (M1.4) 3 battery assy
2 battery connector (CN101)
top side touch screen side Note: When installing the battery assy, fit the convex part of the battery assy to the ditch.
6 five claws
7 MAIN board 1 screw (M1.4)
5 FPC (jack) assy flexible board (CN102)
2 FPC (slot) assy flexible board (CN301)
touch screen side top side 4 touch screen flexible board (CN302) 3 ink indicator element flexible board (CN901)
FPC (SLOT) ASSY
1 two shafts (washer head) Note: Install the power switch (S101) to fit to the knob_power. power switch (S101) knob_power 2 FPC (slot) assy flexible board (CN301) 3 FPC (slot) assy
Note 1: Ornament top assy can be disassembled only by working step 7 to 9.
Note 2: Install the power switch (S101) to fit to the knob_power. power switch (S101) knob_power
1 screw (M1.4) 2 screw (P1.7 3)
1 screw (M1.4) 4
screw (M1.4) touch screen side 7 screw (M1.4) 9 ornament_top_assy 5 adhesive (ORN_bottom) (This is one part from 4 sections) 8 magnet block Note 3: Pasted with adhesive tape.
3 three claws
3 four screws 1 two clips 4 chassis_assy block
2 three screws (DIA. 1.4 1.8) 5 magnet block Note: Pasted with adhesive tape.
2 four screws (DIA. 1.4 1.8) 2 screw (DIA. 1.4 1.8) 6 case_upper_assy (including touch screen)
1 sheet (PWB)
2 chassis_assy (including ink indicator element)
ink indicator side
PRS-600 SECTION 3 TEST MODE
HOW TO MAKE THE SD MEMORY CARD FOR TEST MODE USE ONLY 1. Ready for the SD memory card. 2. Make the new directly as /Sony Reader/software on the SD memory card. 3. Make the new le as /Sony Reader/software/Autorun.xml on the SD memory card. 4. Conrm the method of obtaining the program data for test mode to each service headquarters. HOW TO ENTER THE TEST MODE 1. Insert the SD memory card with the test mode data is inserted while pressing the [HOME] and [VOL +] buttons. 2. After a while, indicate the test mode menu, enter the test mode. 3. Press the [<]/[>] buttons, change the test mode menu page 1/ page 2. 1. Test Panel 1. Touch the Test Panel in the test mode menu page 1. The screen is changed into the image les. (all image les of in the directly as /Sony Reader/software/images) 2. Press the [<]/[>] buttons, change the image les. 3. Press the [size] button, image le display size change to 600800 or 500700. 4. If there are no image les, screen is lled with grayscale color. Press the [<]/[>] buttons, change the grayscale color. 3. Test TP Coordinate 1. Touch the Test TP Coordinate in the test mode menu page 1. The screen is changed into the touch panel coordinate. 2. The scanned coordinate is displayed pen down and pen up. The grid is drawn every 100 pixels. All the touch panel data is recorded in the log le. (pen down, pen move, pen up, pressure)
screen coordinate raw coordinate pressure
(Screen display) 3. Press the [HOME] button, return to the test mode menu. 4. Test All Keys 1. Touch the Test All Keys in the test mode menu page 2. The screen is changed into the all keys state.
> WHITE < LIGHT GRAY <
> DARK GRAY <
When the setting of 17. Slideshow Setting is turning on, the image les (or grayscale color) are changes by the automatic operation. 5. Press the [HOME] button, return to the test mode menu. 2. Drawing with point 1. Touch the Drawing with point in the test mode menu page 1. The screen is changed into the drawing check. 2. The scanned coordinate is displayed while dragging. (Screen display) 2. Each buttons are pressed, the display changed from white into the black. 3. It returns to the test mode menu when all buttons are pressed. 4. After the end of test, display of the right side of Test All Keys on test mode menu is changed from Not Yet into the Done. 5. Check battery Touch the Check battery in the test mode menu page 1. Display of the right side of Check battery on test mode menu changes into the display of the battery level. 6. Factory Initialize Touch the Factory Initialize in the test mode menu page 1. Clean up all the evidence and reset all settings, then shutdown. 7. Version conrmation 1. Touch the Version conrmation in the test mode menu page 1. 2. Each version of this set are displayed. 3. Press the [HOME] button, return to the test mode menu.
(Screen display) 3. Press the [HOME] button, return to the test mode menu.
8. Update Waveform In this mode, it is possible to conrm the variation of LUT (Look Up Table) and rewrite. When replacing the complete MAIN board or CHASSIS_ASSY (including INK INDICATOR ELEMENT) you need to rewrite the LUT. However, rewriting is not required if the lot number is the same. The lot number is printed on the bar code label of the exible at cable of INK INDICATOR ELEMENT.
Note: When window assy is exchanged, it is necessary to execute this mode.
1. Touch the Calibration in the test mode menu page 2. The screen is changed into the touch panel calibration.
chassis_assy MAIN board
1. The current LUT version displayed at the right side of Update Waveform on test mode menu. 2. Touch the Update Waveform in the test mode menu page 1, it starts rewriting LUT version.
Note: It is necessary to match the LUT version to the version in the lot number of the chassis assy. Refer to each service headquarters about details.
(Screen display) 2. Touch the top left point and the bottom right point to calibration. Then, touch the right upper, left bottom, and center point to conrm the result of calibration. Press the [HOME] button, calibration is canceled and return to the test mode menu. 3. It return to the test mode menu when the calibration ends. 16. Check Temperature Touch the Check Temperature in the test mode menu page 2. Display of the right side of Check Temperature on test mode menu changes into the display of the temperature. 17. Slideshow Setting Touch the Slideshow Setting in the test mode menu page 2, slideshow on/off changes whenever it touch the Slideshow Setting. The setting is on, next image is shown every 3 seconds. 18. Test Audio 1. Touch the Test Audio in the test mode menu page 2. The screen is changed into the audio check. (all audio les of in the directly as /Sony Reader/software/audio) 2. Press the [<]/[>] buttons, change the audio les. 3. Press the [HOME] button, music play or pause. 4. Press the [VOL ]/[VOL +] buttons, volume level up or down. 5. Press the [HOME] button, return to the test mode menu. Even if you return to test mode menu, music is still playing. You can Test Audio and other things at the same time.
3. After about 10 seconds, screen changes into all white. 4. Press [RESET] button and reboot the set. 5. Enter the test mode again, and conrm LUT version has been updated. 9. Reset Device Lock The current state of device lock and the password are displayed on the right side of Reset Device Lock of test mode menu page 1. Touch the Reset Device Lock to reset the device lock. 10. Power Off Touch the Power Off in the test mode menu page 1. After a while, the screen display is changed white, so power is turned off. 11. Log Extract Touch the Log Extract in the test mode menu page 2. The device saves the log les of using right now. 12. NAND Log Extract Touch the NAND Log Extract in the test mode menu page 2. The device saves the log les of using last time before rebooted or shutdown. 13. Self Log Extract It is the tool for the developer. This mode is not used in servicing. 14. Log Convert It is the tool for the developer. This mode is not used in servicing.
PRS-600 SECTION 4 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
VCOM VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT VCOM voltage for the Ink Indicator Element varies for each Ink Indicator Element. VCOM adjustment is required when replacing MAIN board or CHASSIS_ASSY.
Note: Ink Indicator Element is included in CHASSIS_ASSY.
Voltage is generated only when the screen is changed, so the adjustment needs to be performed while changing the screen. Use the slideshow function to change the screen sequentially. Procedure: 1. Refer to test mode 17. Slideshow Setting. The setting is ON. 2. Refer to test mode 1. Test Panel. Enter the Test Panel, check that the slideshow start. 3. Observe the TP940 on an oscilloscope (refer to Fig. 2), and use RV901 to adjust the voltage that is generated when the screen is changed so that it satises the standard. Standard: Written on the exible card wire of the display panel with a marker. (1 V to 2.5 V) (refer to Fig. 1) (In case of Fig. 1: The value of VCOM is 1.94 V.) Adjustment Location:
RV901 TP940 MAIN board
1 Vp-p 660 ms
500 mV/DIV, 200 ms/DIV
PRS-600 SECTION 5 EXPLODED VIEWS
Note: -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied. Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example: KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE). (RED) Parts Color Cabinets Color Abbreviation CEW : UK, French, German and Netherlands models
MAIN board section
Ref. No. 7 Part No. 4-146-520-01 4-146-520-11 4-146-520-21 3-286-016-02 3-251-483-01 A-1744-755-A 3-225-873-29 3-286-016-02 4-158-952-01 Description CASE_LOWER (BLACK) CASE_LOWER (SILVER) CASE_LOWER (RED) SCREW M1.4 SCREW +P 1.7X3 NON-SLIT TYPE 2 FRAME_LOWER ASSY SCREW (M1.4) (for SILVER) SCREW M1.4 (for BLACK, RED) CUSHION (MAGNET) Remark Ref. No. 14 Part No. 4-156-913-01 4-158-951-02 A-1732-036-A 4-160-370-02 A-1732-038-A 4-160-369-01 A-1732-037-A Description MAGNET ADHESSIVE (ORN_BOTTOM) (4 pieces, 1 set) ORNAMENT_TOP_ ASSY SHEET (ORNAMENT_TOP), ADHESIVE STYLUS_ ASSY SHEET (CASE_LOWER), ADHESIVE ORNAMENT_BOOTOM_ ASSY Remark
MAIN BOARD SECTION 58
Ref. No. 54 Part No. A-1732-035-A 3-234-449-07 X-2515-126-1 X-2515-127-1 X-2515-128-1 X-2515-129-1 X-2515-130-1 X-2515-131-1 4-149-480-01 Description Remark
Ref. No. Part No. 4-153-318-01 3-254-003-01 A-1732-029-A A-1735-520-A A-1735-536-A 3-269-531-11 A-1733-668-A A-1733-829-A A-1733-672-A 4-163-115-01
Description CLIP SCREW CASE_UPPER_ ASSY (Including Touch screen) (SILVER) CASE_UPPER_ ASSY (Including Touch screen) (BLACK) CASE_UPPER_ ASSY (Including Touch screen) (RED) SCREW (DIA. 1.4X1.8) FPC (JACK) ASSY CHASSIS_ ASSY (LG) (Including Ink indicator element) FPC (SLOT) ASSY SHAFT (WASHER HEAD) Remark
BATTERY ASSY SCREW (M1.4) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (for SERVICE) (for SILVER) (US, CND) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (for SERVICE) (for BLACK) (US, CND) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (for SERVICE) (for RED) (US, CND) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (for SERVICE) (for SILVER) (CEW) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (for SERVICE) (for BLACK) (CEW) MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (for SERVICE) (for RED) (CEW) SHEET (PWB)
PRS-600 SECTION 6 ACCESSORIES
Ref. No. Part No. 1-829-882-12 3-273-916-01 3-273-917-01 4-153-319-01 4-153-620-11 4-153-620-31 Description Remark CORD, CONNECTION (USB) (USB cable) CARD (SD), DUMMY (Memory slot protective insert for SD Memory card) CARD (MS DUO), DUMMY (Memory slot protective insert for Memory Stick Duo) POUCH, CARRYING GUIDE, QUICK START (ENGLISH, FRENCH) GUIDE, QUICK START (GERMAN, DUTCH) (CEW)
Abbreviation CEW : UK, French, German and Netherlands models
Checking the version allows you to jump to the revised page. Also, clicking the version at the top of the revised page allows you to jump to the next revised page.
Ver. 1.0 Date 2009.07 New Description of Revision
Thinner, smaller and lighter than most magazines, the Reader Touch Edition lets you access up to 350 (or more with memory expansion card slots) of your favorite books from anywhere. The intuitive 6" touchscreen display makes navigation a breeze, letting you turn pages with the swipe of a finger. An included stylus offers freehand highlighting and annotation. With support for multiple file formats including ePub and PDF, you can enjoy books from more places, including over one million eBooks available at the Sony Reader Store.
|Product Type||eBook reader|
|Display Type||6" monochrome E Ink|
|Display Resolution||800 x 600|
|Image||3-bit (8 gray levels)|
|Supported Digital Audio Formats||MP3, AAC|
|Supported Text Formats||EPUB, PDF, TXT, RTF, DOC, BBeB, BBeB DRM|
|Supported Still Image Formats||BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Interfaces||1 x USB|
|Cables Included||1 x USB cable|
|Technology / Form Factor||Lithium ion|
|Run Time (Up To)||14 day(s)|
|Battery Life (pages)||7500 pages|
|Min Operating Temperature||41 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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