I have a Kindle Keyboard and a Paperwhite, they both have WiFi and mini USB. Is there anyway to connect with a TV or computer monitor so I can get a larger screen size, while reading with my Kindle?

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    I don't think so. The mini USB port is not for sending display signals. I think only the Fire HD allows you to stream the display to another device. – Jason Down Dec 30 '13 at 14:55
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Although you cannot stream from any Kindle directly (except for the Kindle Fire HD), you can download any of your Kindle books to a PC or laptop and read them using the PC Kindle App, and you would be able to stream that.

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    You can stream directly from the Kindle Fire HD via HDMI. But this answer is correct for the other models, including the Paperwhite. – Shimmy Hacked Dec 30 '13 at 19:06
  • @ShimmyHacked Thanks, I updated my answer. – tcrosley Dec 30 '13 at 20:54

No, unless you completely replace the software on the device. The mini-USB is not capable of connecting to external devices. The software included by Amazon doesn't allow you to remote the screen over WiFi to another device.

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