Originally Posted by NotSoTechy
Thanks so much for your response!
Does one usually need to have more than one app for this sort of thing or do they just do different things? (Would you use one app for one type of file and the other one for other file types?)
Yes, the kindle does kindle and pdf while nook does epub etc. You can get along with one app if you use Calibre a library/converter program. You can take one format and convert it to another format though there are limitations on purchased books that are protected.
Almost any electronics you buy right now will be obsolete in 6 months. New features/products are coming out fast and furious.
The Le Pan II (I've read online) is due out in Feb. but nobody seems to know for sure. It has a slightly faster processor and newer android system.
Had I known it was coming out I would have waited, but since I already have the older version I will be satisfied with it. It is a nice unit and even if I waited till the II as soon as I got it something neater would be coming up