"Great product for Canadians"5.0 starson by Resa1983
Pros: Can have Kobo & Kindle ebooks on the same ereader without having to break any DRM or fiddling.
Can change text size while in the book, as well as turn on Night mode (white text on black).
Can import .epub books from other sources into Kobo Library.
Cons: I've had to do a reset of my Vox once due to corruption, which was caused by a bad install of a new app I'd downloaded. Quick reset & restart, the vox was back to normal, and downloading my books again.
Summary: While it doesn't have access to the full Android Market, you can still load thousands of apps from alternate places. Simply, the Android Market isn't really needed with alternative markets and websites hosting apps.
For example, I have Android IRC, Overdrive (used for book borrowing from our Public Libraries), an alternate reader (better for PDF reading), as well as the Kindle app installed on my Kobo Vox.
Its pretty great, considering B&N won't ship the Nook to Canada & the Kindle is only available via purchasing online.
Despite rave reviews from others & tech reporters, I prefer seeing and testing tech prior to purchasing, which is what I was able to do with the Vox inside the Chapters chain.
All in all, its really a great product for Canadians, especially considering there's no decent alternative up here.