Originally Posted by ghostyjack
Lastly, if I look at getting an ebook tablet, what do I loose in comparison to a regular tablet? Or are they in fact better?
Beware tablets marketed as ebook readers. Like with the Kobo Vox, they are almost always underspecced, even compared to "proper" tablets of their own price range. The one exception to that, so far, is the new Kobo Arc - except for the lack of GPS, bluetooth, rear-facing camera, and microSD slot, it's better than most tablets in its price range (probably coming in second, out of the 7"-ers, to the Nexus 7 - N7's quad-core instead of dual-core, but hasn't got as good a screen as the Arc, but the N7 has a 3G version now, which could interest you).