Reading Your Own Documents with the Amazon Kindle

The Amazon Kindle is the best seller book reader from Amazon. By now, everyone must have heard about the Kindle, since it was featured in Oprah and almost all other media outlets. The Kindle is a huge success, but many people still don't know exactly what it does, and if it is really a good gadget to buy.

I already talked about several other features of the Kindle, but this time I would like to show the capacity of this device in displaying my own documents.

As you probably know, the Kindle can be use to browse and read anyone of the millions of books in the Amazon bookstore. Most of the Kindle books are sold at a big discount compared to normal books. This is a great feature, and if this was all it provided it would be already worth the price.

However, the Kindle still support an additional feature that gives you even more power: you can convert any document to be read in the Kindle, as if it came from the Amazon Store itself.

How can you do this? It is really simple. Amazon provides, free of charge, a service that converts documents in your computer to the Kindle format. You can do this in two ways:

Using one of these two ways, you can convert any document you wrote or received from someone else into a Kindle document. You can now read the document as you would any book.

Here are some uses for this feature:

The conversion process provided by Amazon is really fast and accurate. It works on most document types, such as word doc, PDF, html, and other formats. Check the Kindle documentation page on Amazon and you will find the details.

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Article created on 2015-02-24 22:01:26

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