Summary: I love the Kobo Vox. It has interactive reading abilities, as well as infinite networking abilities. Truly versatile. The only complaint I have about this product is that it's touchscreen isn't as sensitive as most, especially compared to Apple products. So many free apps in the Android store make it all worthwhile, however. Would definitely recommend.
Summary: I didn't buy mine on Amazon but only paid $54.99 for it. (Tax & shipping were free) It came with a case, USB cable and power cord. I can't afford an iphone, ipad, or Kindle right now; I just mainly wanted a tablet to check emails, fb or just browse the web at home, (Without always going to my 23" imac in my studio!) I'll also bring it to my mom's, etc. and it serves my needs perfectly.
Summary: After seeing these being cleared out for as low as fifty-five bucks I decided to blow some "toy money" to see how good (or awful) they are. And the verdict is that they are darn good if your expectations are reasonable. These are a generation or 2 old so you should be comparing them with the Kindle Fire (which I also own) or the Nook Color (which I have played with) - and not with the latest Kindles, Nooks, Nexus or iPad.
Summary: My experience thus far has been good. I look forward to the next firmware update to hopefully add to the battery life. The Reading Life is pretty fun. My brother and I are pretty competitive, so the race for badges is always good for bragging rights.
Summary: The Kobo Vox is an ideal size to carry in your handbag so will be great for travelling. Great range of books available and I love being able to listen to my music while I read. Fantastic graphics in the games and the illustrations in the childrens books I have downloaded. It does sometimes get stuck when I am trying to get apps and also when playing one of the games but I love it.