Originally Posted by jswinden
The third question: The K Touch has X-Ray feature but the KFire does not. However, the KFire has features and formatting capability the Touch doesn't--landscape reading mode for example.
In landscape mode on the Fire, one can display two Tecarta bibles at once or one bible and the NIV Study Bible Notes as well.
In the 3rd Generation Kindle Kbd that is not possible with the Oanova and Crossway Bibles.
However, page turning on the 3rd Gen Kindle Kbd is more accurate than on the Fire.
I plan to use both eReaders on an alternating basis, thus, doubling battery life on both.