Experience the freedom to wirelessly browse, purchase and download books and periodicals from the Reader™ Store with free 3G wireless access. Measuring just 0.6" thin and weighing only 12.75 ounces, the Reader Daily Edition™ also features a 7" paper-like display and touch screen navigation. With six adjustable font levels you can be sure to read easy in either portrait or landscape format. Plus, the Reader supports multiple formats including ePub and PDF while giving you access to over one million free public domain titles from Google Books. The Daily Edition is the premier digital reader for The Wall Street Journal, allowing the added freedom of subscribing to exclusive content and daily updates.
Free 3G Wireless Access
Wirelessly browse, purchase and download books and periodicals at the Reader Store11. Whether you're venturing across town or across the country, the Reader Daily Edition digital book with free 3G mobile broadband makes an ideal travelling companion.
Read All About It
The Reader Daily Edition is optimized for newspapers and offers periodical content through the Reader Store in an elegant, easy-to-read format. You can purchase a single paper or a monthly subscription and have the publication of your choice delivered wirelessly each day to your device.
Touch Screen Navigation
Designed to mimic the paperback experience, you can read in either portrait or landscape orientation. Use the intuitive touch screen navigation to turn pages, bookmark your spot, adjust the font, and search for titles with the swipe of a finger. With E Ink® Vizplex™ screen technology, you'll experience a high contrast, paper-like display.
Multiple Formats Supported
Providing more than just a superior reading experience, the Reader Daily Edition, supports Adobe® PDF3, Microsoft® Word, BBeB® and other text file formats, as well as EPUB/ACS and connection with Adobe Digital Editions. In addition to being PC and Mac® compatible5, you can play back unsecured MP3 and AAC audio files.
More Content from More Places
Talk about never-ending stories. By supporting both industry standard formats, ePub and PDF, you'll have access to over one million free public domain titles from Google Books1, sharing sites, online aggregators and personal publishers. You can also check out books from public libraries.
Advanced Reading Features
Use the included stylus to take freehand notes and highlight sections of text you want to revisit later, or bring up the virtual keyboard to enter quick notes or search eBooks. You can also look up words in The New Oxford American Dictionary, Second Edition, or export your notes to a computer using the Reader™ Library software.