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A brand of e-book readers and tablet devices produced by Amazon.

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You can use the converter that Amazon gives you. Every Kindle device and Kindle app is associated with an email box (like firstname_abc123@kindle.com) and you may allow specific email accounts to … send messages with attachments to it. If you send an email to your Kindle email account and attach a document (.mobi, .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .xls, .xlsx) it converts and to Kindle format and and it …
answered Dec 19 '13 by Alexandre Marcondes
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If the PDF file is not formatted to the size of your Classic Kindle screen (roughly A6 format or 6"x4") you will consume a lot more power because you will need to zoom in and out and navigate on the … page in order to read it. A MOBI file does not have this kind of problem because it dynamically resize the text so you can read without interaction. Your e-ink device (any Kindle generation) will be …
answered Jan 2 '14 by Alexandre Marcondes