Sony stops making e-readers for consumers




Sony temporarily stop making e-readers. The Japanese company will not make a sequel to his PRS-T3 and T3s. The manufacturer can not find enough audience for his reading devices with screens of electronic ink.

Sony will bring the current stocks still on the man and then stop the sale, claiming the German site in an article that the BBC confirms . The current PRS-T3 and T3s in the Netherlands already moderately available; according to PriceWatch offer only a few stores at him, but given the variations in price is no longer large stocks.

The Japanese electronics giant is not enough people are interested in e-readers, and therefore see no point in continuing to bring out. Successor to the current e-readers Furthermore, Sony closed before his own bookstore, and referring customers to a competitor. That happened in May.

The manufacturer made e-readers since 2009, is the second product after laptops where Sony gets out this year. The Japanese manufacturer continues its 13 “-reader with e-ink screen sales for the business market.


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